Dating tips for single dads
When dating with kids it’s so important to be with someone who really understands your role as a parent and appreciates the fact that your child or children will often come first.
So whether the babysitter is late, or your child is sick and you have to cancel a date, you’ll be sure that your partner is empathetic to your status as a parent.
From first match to first message, first date to first play-date, we're with you every step of the way. Try our dating app to fit looking for love in on the go.
At Single Parent we understand how difficult it can be for single moms and single dads out there looking to get back in the dating scene.
You’re certainly not alone - the recent census found that New York City is home to just over 720,000 single-parent families by itself – so there are plenty of other single parents out there looking for love!
The best thing about Single Parent Dating is that you don’t need to hide your parental status or be concerned that it will put off a potential partner; with Elite Singles you’ll only meet singles that have indicated their enthusiasm to date single parents.
Single parent dating does not mean that you love your kids any less…everyone needs a little break once in a while!
Be Up Front Full disclosure about your single motherhood status will help start any potential relationship on the right foot -- and avoid any surprises later. When you have a wee little one who's more interested in mashed bananas than mommy's boyfriend, an introduction - say, over ice cream at the park - might not be a big deal. After my book was published, I met a cute scientist at a friend's book launch party; we got engaged a year later. A decade after being a single mom, I have blended my family. When I was dating as a single parent, I often felt discouraged. But I learned that no matter how a date ended, what really mattered at the end of the day was coming home to my girl-power house and kissing my first love, my child.