There are plenty, like me, who are blissfully lacking in life experience, have yet to reach the big 3-0, and spend more time swiping left on Tinder instead.
Real talk: Considering the 200 different directions I’m pulled in each day—which include working full time; waking up with my six-month-old daughter at ungodly hours; cooking; cleaning; carpooling; bathing; co-parenting; dealing with temper tantrums; and still attempting to take care of myself—the mere of dating can sometimes seem nothing short of impossible.
So, I've scoured the interwebs for tips that should help when dating a single mom.
Here are eight rules that I think will lead you in the right direction.
She’s no longer a party girl, but a fun night out is still very welcome.
Moms make the best lasagna and give the best back rubs. You’ll get to take part in adventures to amusement parks, the zoo and the park.
(And weren’t you looking for someone who would be a great mother?