Dating a young woman with children

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Many Sugardaddies find themselves in the awkward position of dating a young woman with children. These women are sometimes financially strapped and can use an experience mentor or benefactor to help get them back on the track to stability. You may also find a young lady with children that comes from a wealthy, established background herself and merely prefers to date within her own socio-economic circle. In either of these cases you may come across those individuals who assist in the care of the children. In the average or middle class neighborhood you will find the baby sitter and in the upscale district you will find the nanny or au pair. Words of advice…”leave the nanny alone!” You should not even get into conversation with this woman as even the slightest hint of friendship will result in your attractive young lady friend growing horns and fangs ready to rip you to pieces. How many times have you seen on television the young post teen babysitter beginning a torrid affair with the man of the house? How many times have we seen the nightly news discuss a divorce with the reason being a tryst with the nanny? This cannot end well!

My suggestion to you is to treat the babysitter like the guy from the Internal Revenue Service who just told you that you owe a ridiculous amount of back taxes. In your mind, picture not that sweet angelic face of youth that you can’t wait to get your grubby little paws on, but imagine she looks former secretary of state Margaret Albright or Prince Charles in a dress. What I am trying to say is ‘keep away from the nanny!’ If you can pay complete disregard to your girlfriend’s babysitter, she will consider you to be entirely trustworthy which can make your life much, much more delightful. So remember no matter how enticing she may be, keep your distance from you girlfriends nanny, after all, I never said anything about a friend’s babysitter!

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