weird stomach bugs, disciplinary issues that need to be handled, a mini breakdown, the list could go on forever..). Yes, having a man in my life to split the bills with and serve as a strong father figure for my son would be amazing, but I am confident that it will happen in its own time. Until then, I am perfectly capable of handling everyday life on my own. Another singleton said there is too much risk involved with dating mothers - because deep down they often want to get back with their kids' fathers.
For many men the prospect of raising another man's child was a rather a daunting one.
One man claimed it was too expensive to date single mums, saying they're harsher on a bank balance than prostitutes.
Children can take a lot out of you mentally as well as physically, so if there is ever a child-free moment in time, I typically prefer to spend it laying braless on my couch, binging on Netflix shows and drinking copious amounts of wine.
But let's be real: There's most likely some serious housework that needs to be done.
Now, I just need men to get that, too (sorry, you can't get laid all the time! But that said...kid-friendly dates are always a welcome thing in my world (assuming you've passed the test and can meet my kid). I am personally grateful that the father of my child isn't around for reasons I won't get into, but that's not the case for all single moms.