Here's dating4ababy" (or dating for a baby), right for you who are single and want a baby.
You want to have children but don't have a partner, time is passing by and you are getting more and more frustrated?
Or may be you did have a partner and things went wrong because you wanted to have children and your husband or wife or boyfriend or girlfriend didn't want to have children. What if you now do have a partner but are not completely happy for the same reason?
There are many women and men in the same situation. Dating4ababy website wants to offer some advice to help single men and women who want to start a family and are looking for a partner who wants to have children. It is also for single men and women who are happy to form a family with a partner who already has children from a previous relationship and for men and women wishing to find a partner to adopt children.
You'll find some dating advice and fertility tips based on my own experience and on what I've observed in others. I believe we can learn a lot from other people's and our own mistakes, so we don't make the same mistakes.
So you can follow me in my journey through dating4ababy, if you like. I'll share with you all the information that I've found useful, until we reach our target.
Having children is such an important aspect of a relationship that shouldn't be underestimated.
Some people think that when you begin looking for a partner it's too early to start talking about having children. Yes, it may be not appropriate to say this directly, still, it is something that should be considered quite early. Maybe you could start to test the water, with casual questions or statements about children in general or about parenting, just to see your potential date's reaction.
I've personally spoken to both female and male friends who were unhappy because they wanted to have children but their partner didn't. I've also started exploring this issue and found some newspaper articles and many forums on the Net with people complaining about this.
Also, talking with friends, women and men, and again reading articles in the press and on the Internet, I came to realize that it is quite common for people to find themselves in a couple situation where one of the two partners wants to have children while the other one doesn't.
And it's not only women who long for children, often men have the same desire, if not more!
I also read several articles about women, who want to have children but don't have a partner and I am myself one of those! This is a very important issue especially for women, because men can have children even at a very advanced age, but for women there is a time limit. However, you'll see more here about the "right" age to have a baby.
So, when you start dating and considering a potential partner, it should be logical to find out from the beginning if the man or woman you are dating has the same intention you have with regard to having children.
Sure, other people are, sort of, "dating 4 a baby", meaning that they are ready to have children quite soon, so you only need to find them. It would be like finding out whether you have the same interests: there must be something in common to create a lasting relationship.
Otherwise you'd end up being emotionally and perhaps financially involved with a person, but having a different purpose and such a big disagreement will inevitably, negatively affect the relationship. This would lead to arguments and even to a separation, and even if this doesn't happen, anyway one of the partners will never be completely happy.
Think what would happen if, after waiting for 5/10 years, maybe marrying, buying a house and having a mortgage together, your relationship ends because of continuous fighting and you realize you really can't live any longer with your partner who doesn't want to have children?
So in my opinion it's better not to start a relationship that would be difficult or very painful to end later and, instead, start dating4ababy to find the right partner!