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Sirene_Jaune
Posted: Wednesday, April 24, 2013 5:29:08 AM

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When I broke up with Mr Jaune a few months ago I am now seeing (FWB basis) a single dad who has full custody of his children ages ranging from 6 to 13. I know the kids and have spent a day with them which was fun.

However the single dad and I have spent a few evenings at his place just watching shows, talking and we get on the verge of heavy petting and it seems just as we are about to take the next step one of the kids seems to know there is an extra presence in the house, he wakes up and runs to dad's bedroom door "sobbing" well it's more of a whine and needs his attention.

Dad takes Billy back to Billy's room gives a quick comforting word and comes back to me. We get about five or ten minutes peace then Billy comes back to complain about being 'thirsty", belly being "sore" etc.

I know then it's time to leave his house. Even when Dad escorts me out to front porch and we give a quick convo Billy starts to call out for Dad and in the process wakes up the other children. I don't know I have never been with a guy who has had children on sole custody, I understand the children are number one priority etc. It's just Dad and I are both horny beings but we get interrupted by Billy every time.

Has anyone expreienced this?

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Guest
Posted: Wednesday, April 24, 2013 5:55:06 AM

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That happens in marriages too. It may be a bit more pronounced with a single parent (either father or mother) but it is not unique to them being single.
anonymouslylush
Posted: Wednesday, April 24, 2013 7:48:32 AM

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In another life I dated a single father. Its a challenge you face. I think you need to talk to your partner and discuss if this happens regularly when you are not there. If that is the case, which I imagine it is, the child just needs to outgrow the phase. If it only happens when you are there, I think the father needs to handle it. I know its hard coming second in this situation and it can be very frustrating, but that is the challenge of being a parent. And as John said above, it happens in marriages as well. Children can consume you and spouses can be placed second. A balance has to be found to comfort the child as well as fulfill each others needs.

You are not alone.

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Sirene_Jaune
Posted: Wednesday, April 24, 2013 9:25:03 AM

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Thanks for the advice guys, very much helped me. As I said I know kids are number one, it's common sense flower

I am just lucky that I am a paitent person. School goes back next week, and I work half a day while Dad has his own business from home. I can always go over when they are in school. No biggie glasses8

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