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9 Dating Tips for Single Parents

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Avoid Too Much Baby Talk


Your kids will inevitably come up in conversation, but try to avoid talking about them on a first date. Your date wants to hear about you, and while your kids are a huge part of your life, they don't define you. Focus on other aspects of your life, like hobbies, your job, and other interests, and save the kid talk for the third or fourth date.

Next: Remember to Mention You Have Kids

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