She obviously can't hang out often and is more open to late night visits, etc. I meet up with them for coffee and then I have them. I do have a couple single moms in my main rotation and I only have to see them at most once a week. It's only a benefit to a man if he wants a casual lifestyle.She obviously can't hang out often and is more open to late night visits, etc. I meet up with them for coffee and then I have them. I do have a couple single moms in my main rotation and I only have to see them at most once a week. This single mom just got rid of a guy that thought once a week was enough to see me. I can sit home all by myself and watch what I want instead of having to sit and watch what he wants. This is assuming she has worked out all the post break up drama from the baby daddy. She won't have time to be out trying to get with other guys.There is nothing that makes a group of men, or any individual man, cringe faster than the notion of dating a single mom.A consensus for today’s single man is that single mom = baggage, and most men will shy away from it.We recommend ' Tell me Honey...2000 Questions for Couples' from Amazon.com, also available as an instant download ebook.If you find that you are interested in, attracted to, or seriously wanting to build a relationship with a single mom, there are some things you should know. Dating a single mom doesn’t have to be like walking on eggshells, but in some cases, dating a single mom just isn’t the same thing as dating a single girl with no responsibilities. Dating a single mom offers a wide range of benefits. This step is more for your protection than anything else.I recently went out a couple of times with a single dad whose daughter happens to be the same age as mine.We spent our first date talking about our kids and the challenges of parenting — and realizing we have a lot in common. But when he started in on his daughter’s former ballet career, I was a goner.
I don't think it's shallow for a man to not want to date a woman because she already has children, though. I pay the bills, buy groceries, things the kids need.I am independent and strong, because I am a single mother, and I've always had to be.2. I know ur question was addressed to the single moms but I'd like to see u answer ur own question. With my experience, the men I've dated liked this because the women they dated in the past were more concered with parties, needy, irresponcible, and tended to be more self absorbed and selfish.I don't think that of women without children or stereotype them, just as single mother's are not ALL what people assume, nor should they (we) be stereotyped. I know just based on my own experience I am a much better partner then I ever was pre baby.I was staring not at his gym-toned shoulders or adorable, open smile. Because moms and dads tend to be less cool than the general population, there are lower expectations to carry on a conversation about indy film, the hottest dumpling joint or world travel.I was staring at Most of the men I date are dads, and that is by design. But mostly I gravitate toward men who are fathers because of just that — they’ve gone through that colossal metamorphosis that only parenthood induces.For example, we both feel perfectly satisfied having spent our upbringings attending mediocre public schools, running around the neighborhood on weekends, and watching TV on school nights. “That class was the best hour of my entire week,” he said, glowing.