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how can i prepare for the potential for a collaborative family, even if it is not immediate?

recently i reconnected with my "Big Fish" he has two kids now, and i have three. we're both going through the separation/divorce/custody/support BS, though i believe my divorce will be finalized before his.

there is a definite possibillity that we could potentially have a collaborative family on our hands, a ways down the road, but it could still happen. and we would like to move in that direction once the divorces are finalized. any of you who could add words of wisdom, feel free.

the man in question, my "big fish", the one that got away, was a childhood friend, a close one who i fell madly in love with... now he's back and we both have baggage, there would be 5 children, 3 girls and 2 boys ranging in age from 1 - 8. a crazy, lovely amazing houseful... i'm kind of afraid to think that far ahead, but i know that should the situation present its self, i should be prepared as best i can, to rise to the occasion.

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Asked by ObbyDobbie at 12:28 AM on Dec. 31, 2008 in Relationships

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