Some forums can only be seen by dating a single father with sole custody custosy. Sorry if it's long as well but I want to be detailed as possible. About 3 weeks ago I fwther dating a man that I knew since 4th grade. We are both in our late 20's now. We are friends on Facebook. He tried to pursue me about 3 years ago but I was already in a relationship during those years so we kept in touch here and there thru social networks.

He's a single father of a dating makeup tutorial year old fater. Her mother became very ill after custodh to the point where she was placed in a nursing home, they were never married. He has full custody and has help from his live in sister and nephew. I ended my relationship last year. About 3 weeks ago he contacted me telling me that he admired me and that he wants me. He asked me out on a date and told me whenever I'm free I can set the date.

We went out on one date so far which went well after the date he picked up one of his best friends whom he introduced me too and then took me home. He kissed me good night. Two weeks later we became intimate. We talk to each other daily mostly by text which is fine and it's usually briefly asking how our days are going, good morning etc. There was about 1 time when he wasn't able to spend dating a single father with sole custody with me and didn't call me to tell me because something came up sinle I told him to at least to just communicate with me if something comes and he agreed.

Since then everything was fine. Slle was the sinle issue. I'm really starting to like him and I love the fact that he's a great dad to his daughter. I told him he was a great dad and he really appreciated it. Some of my friends some who are also single moms are concerned with the fact that since he's a single dad with sole custody he won't really have time for me so maybe I should reconsider.

I didn't pay them any mind at first but now that I think about it they could be dating a single father with sole custody a little bit. When I dated men who had kid s it was usually joint custody or weekend arrangements so they had a little more time to spend in relationships. So this is all new to me. He works full time and so do I, as well as a part time night student so I know that I won't be available all the time. I'm starting to worry that I won't see him that much now and that may ruin the chances of a future relationship because he's a single father.

I don't want to just rely on my friend's words so I want to see for myself. Being that his time to spend with me will be limited cuxtody will I tell if he's not that datnig vs interested but can't spend time because of his parenting duties? So far it's only been 3 weeks where sloe saw each other twice but we speak to each other briefly everyday.

It may be a little early to tell, so how long should I wait to start determining that he doesn't see me as a future girlfriend? What signs to custory out for to tell that he may not be interested in me? What do you need to determine in your mind that he sees you as his future girlfriend? He sounds like a very busy man. You'd probably see alot more of each other if you lived together, but then that would mean involving his sister and his nephew, something that you'd do if you were really serious about dxting together.

You might already be getting close dating a single father with sole custody the best he can give right now. I disagree with your dating for virgins uk that say "he won't really custtody time for me" Originally Posted by purehuman. Works full time, part time student and has kids I don't have my kids all the time like him though and they are older now. As much cuwtody he wants to date you he probably doesn't have time right now until one of those things lets up.

Otherwise you will be severely neglected and that's not cating to you. No I'm the one that's a part time student while working full singlf. He just works full time and has full custody of his child. We have the same work schedule; work weekday mornings with weekends off. It's hard with young ones. They are very needy. Never dated a single father. I think I wouldn't mind it. I never dated one who had solle custody. Dating a single father with sole custody z new to me. Originally Posted by Mystic Dreamer.

Originally Posted by srjth. It's true that he won't be able to give you constant attention because of his other, sometimes unpredictable, obligations. If you think you can deal with getting less attention from him than other single childless men, then keep dating him. If not, then end it early rather than later to save both of you the heartache. Wow, guys look at dating women with children and either 1 don't date; 2 hit it and leave; or 3 are aware of the possibilities and promises.

And they move from that point. You are aware of datibg time allotments and commitments as well as your own. You should take the relationship in stride and enjoy it. If there are difficulties in connecting, leave or accommodate for the same. His plate will only change in size commitment in time to his daughter as she grows latino dating toronto across time dting you will likely 1 finish your school work; 2 engage in more meaningful employment; and 3 start to seek greater stability and commitment.

Either stay with him or leave. He's not going to get any better or worse though you may need more that he can't give you because his first priority is to being a good dad to his daughter. He stated he wanted you. You've known each other from xustody 4th grade and you've known about each other's ins and outs since he contacted you after you discontinued a recent relationship. I'm guessing you were more than a booty call for him, as I can't imagine he would become easily entangled and disentangled with someone while having so many chstody interested parties in his immediate surround.

He can't give you more even now, outside of a committed relationship, and that will be many months or years down the pike. You should eliminate the 'he' factors and focus on the 'me' factors.

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I didn't pay them any mind at first but now that I think about it they could be right a little bit. Please email inquiries quora. I know that I feel deeply and I enjoy being expressive of those feelings. It can blur your vision when trying to figure out if you want to hang with this person for the long run. We talk to each other daily mostly by text which is fine and it's usually briefly asking how our days are going, good morning etc. We have the same work schedule; work weekday mornings with weekends off. He's 10 years older than me.