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When a person has to care for another human, they simply have less emotional and physical energy to invent snafus or hang-ups.

Nothing is a big deal unless it's an actual Big Deal.

When the relationship was brand-spankin' new, a lot of close friends lamented renditions of, "I could never DATE A PARENT." They echoed sentiments of kids being deal breakers. Everyone has a past and brings baggage into a relationship. Although, of course, I find my partner's child a deeply charming, fun, hilarious little human who doesn't qualify as "baggage." You know what I mean.

A man willing and thrilled to take on the dad role shows commitment.

That's all his superstar ex's handiwork and maturity.)I actually muted #dadbod from Twitter and had to fake a million smiles for people trying to relate to me by bringing the meme up IRL.

Also very tired of the dad joke thing (which is real, sure, but still not a phenom I care to discuss for the 999th time).

Of course my apartment is much cleaner—because I only have to account for me. I recognize I have some control freak tendencies, relationships included.

More than anything, I think it's helped me recognize the hard fact that all humans have faults and, in general, good intentions. (Though to be fair, I can't take credit for the calendar.It's a discussion he and I can have, but it's not my endeavor to pilot.It's fun to make fun of Oldsters until you realize you are now one.A few years ago, I started cracking jokes regularly about hot dads.Then when I met a charming, handsome dude with good taste in music and tacos at a secret Santa vinyl swap party last winter, I started dating one.

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