like why the women in Americaprefers to be a single mom
Answer by SuperrMommyy at 11:24 AM on Sep. 1, 2010
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Answer by ObbyDobbie at 11:30 AM on Sep. 1, 2010
My husband and I separated while I was pregnant. I didn't plan to be a single parent but I did find many advantages. He wasn't involved in my son's life at all. If the other parent is involved I define that as co-parenting. I didn't get involved with any men.
I had my son all the time and made all the decisions. I didn't have to worry about pleasing men. We could have breakfast for dinner and it didn't matter if the toys were picked up. I could set up our day any way I wanted. I didn't have to take care of a man (giant child). When my son was asleep my time was my own. I could set up the house to meet my and my child's needs. We had a dog that was more fun than a man (he liked what we liked on tv, what I cooked, ect). There are no expectations about having someone help and then being disappointed.
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