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I broke up with my fiance and recently began dating someone new. It's been several weeks and things are going pretty well, we're both having fun and enjoying ourselves. We met on a dating website and since things have been going so well we both decided to delete our accounts with the site.
We both have full time jobs, kids and busy schedules. Since our weekends match in respects to when we have our kids and when we do not we not only see each other on kid free weekends but also during the week after work for dinner and other local activites. This past weekend was a kid free weekend for the both of us and we made plans to see each other. Then he asked me to spend the weekend with him and I agreed.
We had a very nice time, watching movies, talking, dining both in and out. Even napping on the sofa together. There was no pressure to do anything and he was the first to remark on how much he liked being able to relax and not have to worry about constantly having to stress over whether or not he always had something extravagant planned to keep me happy. That we could have a good time watching the UFC fights and eating pizza or going to do mini golf and betting on who would win.
He has said a few things that have me thinking that maybe in the near future he would like to possibly take things to the level and become exclusive. To be honest I wouldn't be opposed to that but a part of me doesn't want to jump ahead of myself and ask just in case I misread what was being said.
I realize most will say that the only way to know for certain is to ask but I wanted to know what I should be or could be doing to slow my mind down from getting to far a head?
Answer by daylily888 at 12:09 PM on Jan. 28, 2013
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Answer by daylily888 at 1:09 PM on Jan. 28, 2013