Personally, I think you should bang fugly and leave the hot single mom for a responsible hot single dad. and 2) because other guys thought she was hot too and they just wanted to bang her a few times and move on. She was tired of getting banged and then guy moves on cuz he doesn't want to be daddy, so she is being up front about it from now on.
And she needs to raise her standards and quit messing around with guys who have no kids. Why did she say "we have to make a decision now..you handle me and my son" ??? By the time you are 32, the vast majority of hot single women will have been married and popped out a kid or two.
But my son was my priority, and I did NOT have any live-in relationships.
Women who put their needs and desires over their kids' stability and who are actively looking for a "daddy" for their kids are making a big mistake, IMO. There are VERY few men who can and WANT to step into a stepparent's role and forcing the issue leads to heartache. and 2) because other guys thought she was hot too and they just wanted to bang her a few times and move on. She was tired of getting banged and then guy moves on cuz he doesn't want to be daddy, so she is being up front about it from now on.
Why in the HELL would anybody sign up for something like this?
I guess, unless you are desperate or have no self respect, I don't see a logical reason to do this.
If you asked a young woman out who happened to be a mom, what is she SUPPOSED to do but tell you about her child AND make sure you understand she is a package deal?
..had joint custody, kid is only with her 3 days per week and she's HOT HOT HOT and the sex it great.
One man claimed it was too expensive to date single mums, saying they're harsher on a bank balance than prostitutes.
Another singleton said there is too much risk involved with dating mothers - because deep down they often want to get back with their kids' fathers.
As a single mum whose son is now an adult and on his own, I happen to AGREE with you, OP. I NEVER went out there looking for some bloke to be a parent to my child.
That was MY responsibility and one I took very seriously. Only a few did in the course of all of those years that my son was a minor, and that was because our relationship has progressed so much over time that a LTR was in the offing and they WANTED to spend some time with him.