Have you reached that point in your life when you are finally ready to settle down a bit and take on a different challenge... parenting? If so, read on.
I'm looking for a co-parent. Doesn't it sound fabulous to become a father but not have the complications of being a partner too? Don't get me wrong, you must be a responsible, mature, compassionate, and positive co-parent, but that's easy when you aren't expecting to have all your personal needs met by the other adult in the equation. It would be more like friends having kids- a regular modern-day adventure!
If you're like me, you have never led a conventional life, and why should this next step be any different?
Here's a little about me just so you know:
I recently returned back to my native Colorado from the Pacific Northwest, which is gorgeous. I was sad to leave, but I wanted to be closer to my family and continue to pursue my career in Psychology.
After traveling and living in a myriad of places, I am ready to plant roots. My interests are varied but center on the aspects of life which I consider important: family (including animal family members), friends, arts, travel, and in general, experiencing life. I love curling up with my books but also getting out to hike and explore the mountains.
I'd like to find a person who wants to become a father but who also has an open mind, a desire to learn, and a willingness to face the challenges of parenting together.
What say you?