You've probably realized by now life isn't all rainbows and butterflies. By the time you reach you late 20s and early 30s, the baggage starts to add up. Not more expensive kinds of face cream, that's just physical baggage. Your experiences, good and bad, start to take their toll. So be sensible, and don't launch headlong into your new relationship with Pops until you've thought it through first. You can't because there are soccer practices to organize and parent/teacher conferences to go to.By the time you reach 30, you pretty much accept that you're screwed up beyond repair and that any potential mate is likely to be as well. Here are seven things you need to know about dating a man with kids: Having kids changes people in ways you'll never understand until you have your own. Basically, your man has experienced a more intense kind of love than you and they were here first. If you're used to your boyfriend putting your needs first, prepare yourself. You'll probably feel like he talks to his ex more than you and she might even haunt your dreams.On the other hand, as we have grown a little wiser, the idea of having a seasoned love interest has become more appealing.Older men tend to be more skilled in many aspects that appeal to women.The conversations are almost combustible with their content of interesting opinions on politics, literature and music.They are, more often than not, financially stable, responsible and more imaginative.
Including past relationships and sometimes that includes children.If you really like a guy, here’s what you need to know, to help you navigate the waters of dating a man with kids.Dating a man with kids A past means he comes with baggage.You don’t have to be bosom buddies, but you should be able to get along and be willing to communicate when it relates to the little ones. “Children shouldn’t be involved in parental dating until you’re really serious and it’s a committed relationship,” says Gilda Carle, Ph. “Children become easily attached, and you don’t want to disappoint or hurt them if things don’t work out.” A single dad who adheres to this really cares about his kids and isn’t just casually bringing women in and out of his children’s lives.Since he’s already got a child (or two or three) that he’s busy with and responsible for, he may not want any more.