I don’t have kids, but I want kids, so if she already has one or two, it would be a bonus.I would just be really cautious about getting close to the kid, because if it didn’t work out, I’d feel bad if the kid got attached, then hurt.” “I think it would be a pain.Once your relationship becomes somewhat serious, try to get to know her son gradually, without attempting to rush or force the relationship or stepping in as a parental figure.
I am 41, have never been married and don’t have any kids.
At this very juncture of my life, I have no burning desire to have kids.
So, we’ve been together for three months now and everything is going very, very well. And believe me, I am no angel and have plenty of my own issues.
We have tons of shared interests, practice yoga together and, yes, go to all of the NYC organic restaurants. What is even more remarkable is that we have never had one argument since we started spending time together. The Situation She is divorced (well, right on the verge of it becoming legal and having all the papers signed) and has two very young children.
In that post and in a follow-up one, I talked about my issue with her love of an occasional glass of wine and how it was really a “me problem”.