This is the age of the blended family, and for every family, that carries a different meaning.
TIP: When dating a single mom, asking the right questions and understanding each other's expectations can make a huge difference.
(Parenting.com) -- You've mastered the playdate, but now it's time for the date-date.
If you're feeling nervous or confused about entering the complex world of dating again, you're not alone. Cheese, library, my backyard -- I don't really find myself in adult environments these days.
Traditionally men view the introduction of children to be a big step.
When you have talked about exclusivity and are both sure you share the same vision for the future of your relationship, then you can introduce the kids.
“I just started seeing someone and I was nervous at first,” she says.
“I even cried on our date because it was all new to me.
--Renee, 30, Totowa, New Jersey Solution: Spencer says to rethink that afternoon of fun.
But she feels nervous and a little confused over the adult dating world.
“I am a single mom of a soon-to-be two-year-old who thought for sure I would never date again,” she says. Many single Circle of Moms members feel insecure and nervous about dating again.
She's smart, strong, and beautiful, but also a bit of a mystery. And how do you let her know that you're not just playing games—without getting overly involved too soon?
Before you start dating a single mom or explore taking this relationship to the next level, set the stage for success with these essential tips.