The 'Puss in Boots' experience

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Registered: 04-21-2006
The 'Puss in Boots' experience
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Wed, 11-23-2011 - 1:07pm

So I took my son yesterday to see 'Puss in Boots' and I invited the guy that I have been

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Registered: 11-28-1999
Wed, 11-23-2011 - 2:32pm

Your son sounds hilarious.

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Registered: 04-21-2006
Wed, 11-23-2011 - 11:43pm

Lol Music, my son Is a character. You have no idea! If you were to talk to him for a few minutes you would forget that he was 5 years old. I noticed that you said "my bf" at the end of your post . Hmmm? lol... i'm thinking that if you see us

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Registered: 11-28-1999
Thu, 11-24-2011 - 7:11pm

I have to laugh at the labels.

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Registered: 02-26-2011
Tue, 12-13-2011 - 1:28am

Kids are amazingly perceptive. I respect and encourage your decision to keep them apart until you're more sure.

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Registered: 09-21-2011
Mon, 12-19-2011 - 2:24pm

He does sound like quite a perceptive and funny little boy. Its funny though, kids want us to find someone else until we actually do (at least in my experience). My kids (11 & 14) did not meet SO until we were serious, and at first my DD loved the idea but then she got jealous...I cared more for him than the 2 of them....I spent too much time with him...and the kicker....every time they were with their dad, I was with SO - well duhhhhh! But they were older than yours and also went through watching a nasty divorce.

Good luck!

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Registered: 01-05-2012
Fri, 01-06-2012 - 9:33pm

I don't have any experience in this situation but I do have a little boy myself, and don' t bring other guys around my son unless its his father or my family. If you want to get to know this guy before really bringing him around your son even more sounds good. Because he might be crazy if things don't work out between you two. Its always smart to start slow with a guy before throwing everything into a relationship, especially when you have a kid.

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