First "dates"  

kiaraslade 36F
68 posts
2/24/2006 2:25 pm

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5/23/2006 12:37 am

First "dates"

When you're the single mother to three little ones, it's nearly impossible to get out of the house without them attached to the hip. That sometimes goes for having new guest over as well.

My children were used to seeing people in and out of our home when I was still with their father. It was no big deal nor did it really peak their curiosity. Now, that their father is gone, when they see someone new, they go wild. Talk about some crazy monkeys scaring your date!

It’s already nerve racking when you are inviting someone you hardly know over to engage in some “fun” but it’s even more chaotic when you have three kids poking their heads out their bedroom door like little groundhogs.

I’ve made it simple for all of us. I invite the potential “date” over just to chat and get to know each other a little better. My kids are usually there and dancing around like jumping beans, but, they have a way of making things more comfortable...at least for me. If I notice that a guy is uncomfortable around them, I immediately start to feel weird. For me, family is the most important aspect to my life and if a man *no matter the circumstances* isn’t comfortable around my children, I will rarely give them a second chance. That may seem rather harsh, but hey, I’m here to protect them before getting my kicks.

So, anyways, for those of you that are interested in seeing more of me, you’ll have to accept the fact that their very well may be some disappointments from time to time with my kids around. I seldom get that break we all need, but I do try to arrange meeting times when they are sleeping, but that just sometimes doesn’t always work out. So, be prepared. *wink*

Until next time...
~Kiara~


"Take what tomorrow brings and don’t ask why." ~ Kiara Slade


LustyTaurus 48M  
21253 posts
2/24/2006 3:17 pm

You have the right attitude about one thing, a guy has to be prepared to accept the reality you're in, no matter what the goal is for the day.

Kudos to for putting the little one's first.

lustytaurus


Tala4u2 54M  
2961 posts
2/24/2006 3:18 pm

reads to me like you have it perfectly balanced Kiara, have fun I am sure you do.

Tala, Wizard of The Kingdom of BooBoBia, DEITY,
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elysianpleasure 47M

2/24/2006 6:17 pm

that is the right priorities... and I personally love kids... and find a women who loves her children very sexy!!!!

welcome... good luck in your search... elysian


kiaraslade 36F

3/18/2006 4:18 am

Actually, I have it posted in my profile that I have children and that they come first. It's kind of hard to "hide" their existance. Hehe. Thanks for you comment.

"Take what tomorrow brings and don’t ask why." ~ Kiara Slade


kiaraslade 36F

3/18/2006 4:29 am

    Quoting LustyTaurus:
    You have the right attitude about one thing, a guy has to be prepared to accept the reality you're in, no matter what the goal is for the day.

    Kudos to for putting the little one's first.

    lustytaurus
This is so true. I've actually had men get turned off by the fact I have children. One guy heard them on the phone and rushed off the phone and I got an email two weeks later saying he didnt "feel" anything on the phone when he talked to me. Haha. It's all good though. Sex is sex. I'm not asking them to be a part of my family. Hahaha.

"Take what tomorrow brings and don’t ask why." ~ Kiara Slade


kiaraslade 36F

3/18/2006 4:33 am

    Quoting elysianpleasure:
    that is the right priorities... and I personally love kids... and find a women who loves her children very sexy!!!!

    welcome... good luck in your search... elysian
There are some men out there that do love children. They love them very much. Sadly, when they are the ones that keep you from enjoying yourself, you and your date can get very frusterated and turned off by it. I know from personal experience that I'm much more aroused and into "it" if there are NO interuptions during the whole process. LOL. Babysitter's just aren't an option anymore these days, especially with three my ages. Thanks for your comment!

"Take what tomorrow brings and don’t ask why." ~ Kiara Slade


kiaraslade 36F

3/18/2006 4:34 am

    Quoting Tala4u2:
    reads to me like you have it perfectly balanced Kiara, have fun I am sure you do.
I don't know about perfectly balanced, but I do try to make things work for everyone. Lately it's been tough, but I'm still pulling a few strings. Thanks for your comment.

"Take what tomorrow brings and don’t ask why." ~ Kiara Slade


BonesnMasa 41M/46F  
101 posts
4/3/2006 11:24 pm

it is good to see that you are getting back out there. good luck and be safe.


kiaraslade 36F

5/13/2006 9:14 pm

    Quoting BonesnMasa:
    it is good to see that you are getting back out there. good luck and be safe.
Yeah! Bones and Masa!! One of my favorite couples around!! Thanks loves.

"Take what tomorrow brings and don’t ask why." ~ Kiara Slade


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