Eight years together, and I've never once questioned the accuracy of online dating.
It isn't an anomaly anymore when you hear that so-and-so met their fiancé/significant other/booty call on Tinder/OK Cupid/Match/Plenty of Fish.
Before I start on the lessons I learned about dating a single dad, let me give you a bit of history about me.
(You may have heard of it.) One evening, I was cruising the site for dates, entering all the criteria that mattered to me — height, education, facial hair — when a picture of the man who would one day be the father of my children blowing a noise maker with his nose was so captivating that I knew I had to have him. To revel in wellness, and have fun babysitting your friends' children. ) By now, I hope you've learned that the key to happiness and health is not found in anything or anyone but yourself.Then I got divorced in 2007 and realized that life—single or married—should be whatever you want it to be! Yoga, guitar lessons, poetry, blogging, cooking classes, hiking, running marathons, baking, etc.I kept everything on each site exactly the same — my age, body shape, occupation, interests — except on POF, I clicked that I have children. In fact, POF gives you several options for this category, including the option of saying you would rather whether or not you have children (which — hint, hint — is kind of a dead giveaway that you do).Although Tinder sounded fun, there isn't a way for potential matches to know whether or not I have children before they decide to choose my photo.