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An update on “What is the best advise dating a full-time dad?

marah2448

We have been together a little over a month. So far, I am okay but optimistic and that we are still learning each other (when I say- we -I am including his son too). We spent sometime together at his house this past Sunday. I was sitting at the table while my man was educating to his son how to read and pronounce words from a kindergarten book. His son was getting a little frustrated, so I provided inspiration as his dad was helping. I said, “Come down and take your time”. Before we ate, I said the daily prayer (that is very important to me – GOD comes first in my life). Later on I played monster with his son and teasing a little bit (some fun time that also included his dad – teamed up with his son to get dad to learn how to dance). His dad and I had some quality time, watched a movie together and communicated about his new job, what I like; offer him to come to church with me. He is going to help with my fixer upper home – electrical and taking down my bedroom suit, so I can paint. He is simple, he open doors for me (I never had guy in this 21st century that open doors). Why I am so lost for words when I am talking about him?

I have listened from advised noted from question: To take is slow. I have read this book “Act Like a Lady Think Like a Man” by Steve Harvey, he mention about a 90 day Rule Getting the Respect is a great insight to know upfront what each other want – if he is not providing what you want or need to end the relationship and avoid making another mistake on stagnant relationship. It is a must read for women. In reference to the full-time dad I am dating, I want to be a family, kids and marriage. I do not play house (leaving together). The last time I thought about wanting kids was 1996, it is now 2009, and I want a least one or two kids; which we talked about before we met. I will keep you posted. More advise, what you think? Bye the way, next Sunday we are going to the City Zoo.

Shared by marah2448 on 2/16/09