Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing... well, she's going to have a lot more free time for other things. Additional drawback if I were dating the OP: We'd probably have a lot in common, considering my age is right between the OP's children.
Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate. I've dated a woman with children around my age, and it was awkward. Unless one hasn't got his stuff together and still lives in your basement you are not really different from any other child-free woman.
Are there pros and cons of dating a woman with much older ‘children’? Because I could communicate with her daughter on a generally even level. Guys in your age group are likely to have grown kids of their own aswell.
My sons are currently 27 and 22 and I don't intend to have any more. Then I'd flip a switch when it came to my partner and communicate on a level I'm more accustomed to. Not seeing much in the way of advantages or disadvantages in this situation.
Because they're adults, the parent will probably add more weight to their complaints and feelings.
Dating an older lady has its pros and cons, but they have knowledge and many virtues that are desirable.
Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc. Also, they can be more cunning in how to keep you apart.
But I do agree on the woman/man with older children being able to have more time for the new significant other lol.
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3) Less commitment: She might be using you only for pleasure and company, but who cares!