Seasons of Dating: Winter (The Toddler Years)

Greetings, y’all (or “yous guys” as they in my peninsula),

I have a new (and slightly spunky) post up today over at Her View from Home about dating during the small-child phase of life. I do hope you’ll read it even if you DON’T have kids — maybe even ESPECIALLY if you don’t have kids.

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6 thoughts on “Seasons of Dating: Winter (The Toddler Years)

  1. I just read your article and I have to say thank you for writing this! Many of my close friends are parents 2 and 3 times over. I was a little “behind” them and just got married recently. I have started to feel guilty in conversation when I talk about the time we spend together and the traveling we have been able to do. I’ve also started to resent the “must be nice!” comments. I’m loving this new stage of life and would like to enjoy my husband and all that entails! Sorry for the rant but it is refreshing to hear your perspective. I contemplated writing on a similar topic (from my side!) 🙂

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    1. Yes! Enjoy the season YOU are in, and don’t let others take the wind out of your sails. I’m so glad this post was an encouragement to you. Thank you for letting me know! Have a great Sunday, Stacy.

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  2. Hi Stacy, I don’t know why I decided to view your blog, but I am glad that I did. My children are all grown, but still in the house. I do have more opportunities to have “date nights” with my husband because they are all grown. However, dating Is something that we haven’t really put much effort into. Yet, I know it is needed. I am not yet 50, no grandbabies, no excuses. Thanks for the reminder.

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    1. You bet! It’s too easy to forget about date night, isn’t it? Life gets moving and before long, months have gone by since a for-real date.

      Thanks so much for stopping by my blog today. I hope we can connect again!



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