I also support the concept that you don’t want to be alone for a long time – that love is important and something worth having immediately. Here’s where we seem to part ways: I’m a reality-based dating coach.I have a hard time indulging people’s fantasies just because they’re technically possible. Sorry, but dating while pregnant is kind of in that realm.
I am cute, fun to be with, easy going, positive, in good shape (growing at the moment, but have always done a great job of bouncing back after my previous pregnancies), I own my own business and am economically self-reliant, and am not worried that the new baby will interfere with that.
I’ve got everything going for me and don’t want to stop my search for love, although, I may not be going out as often as I was before simply because I am going to bed earlier and not drinking for now. What are some things I should look out for as I chat with new prospects?
Maybe – if he’s really, really desperate to have a family and sees no other options. I’m rooting for you to get what you want, no matter what.
So, very much like this blog post where I expressed deep sympathy for the reader but couldn’t easily see a path to success, I wish you the best of luck, but would think your love life should (and will) take a backseat until your youngest is in preschool and you will be a single mom who is a perfect fit for a single dad in a similar situation.
You may be the greatest catch on earth, but who, exactly, is looking to partner up with a woman who is going to be the mother of an infant – a breast-feeding, up-all-night, suck-up-all-the energy, dictate when-you-can-and-can’t-go-out infant?