Assuming my girlfriend and I are still together then, it may be too late for her or she may be past that stage where doesn’t want another one. —- Getting serious with a woman who has young kids means that it is a package deal.
The kids are part of the equation and I totally understand that.
When my ex-husband and I separated, I thought I’d be single for the rest of my life.
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.Furthermore, raising kids in NYC is an absolute fortune.3) I am too selfish and want my life to be about me and my partner.If one assumes that many people think about kids in their 30s, maybe I’ll get serious about having them in my mid-40s. 2) There are several professional goals that I want to achieve before I even consider having kids.
And the fact that I work 12 hours per day during the week and numerous hours every single weekend does not exactly help matters. From sleep issues to tantrums to potty training, you have to tackle every arduous aspect of parenting on your own.Through this role, you learn just how much you are capable of and give your child the ultimate representation of a role model.The children are her priority, as they very well should be.Nevertheless, I have a lot of questions and don’t have a lot of answers.The only thing that I can do is to communicate my honest feelings and emotions, and stay in the moment.