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37% of older singles with kids over 18 say that they show their children a potential partner's online profile before deciding to message them. As well as the examples above, the presence of kids can bring single parents and those dating them together in an unexpected way: a whopping 70% of singles in Canada say that having a positive relationship with a partner’s children makes them love their partner more.
Single moms are more likely than single dads to want practical help however: when writing a dating profile 18% of moms would want their child's advice (compared with just 10% of dads), while 30% of single mothers and 21% of single fathers would ask their kids for general advice on things like what to wear on a first date and where to go. Brittany Wong, writing for the Huffington Post, 2014.
There's some evidence that this tactic might work - 23% of singles say that they're even more inclined to go on a date with someone who has a photo with their kids in their profile.
Having (adult) children on the scene can also be useful in deciding who to date in the first place.
You always have the choice to experience our sites without personalized advertising based on your web browsing activity by visiting the DAA's Consumer Choice page, the NAI's website, and/or the EU online choices page, from each of your browsers or devices.It took me a long time to get over the stigma of being a single parent – especially when it came to dating.I now realise that my family is something to celebrate, rather than hide, and that the right person will recognise this also.But it’s taken me a while and a lot of bad dates to get here. When I first returned to dating, I didn’t mention my son on my online dating profiles, or when I met men in real life.Because of the stigma surrounding single parents and myths I was believing at the time, my subconscious told me I would have more luck keeping my profile baby-free. On my first date after being pregnant, dumped and giving birth – when my self-esteem had hit rock bottom – I sat opposite a man who visibly quivered when I revealed I was a mum and compared my child to his ongoing battle with Crohn’s disease.
The survey emphasizes this, with 81% of Canadians preferring to wait until they're in a serious relationship before introducing a new partner to their kids.