Single And Ready To Mingle? Check Out Mother&Baby Dating!

by Sarah Gibbons |
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As busy single parents know, it is hard to find the time to sit down for a cuppa, let alone plunge back into the exciting, but sometimes daunting, world of dating. Enter, Mother&Baby Dating.

Over Two Million Members
Forget scrolling through the sea of faces on Tinder and find someone who understands the ins and outs of being a parent. From the exhaustinglate night feeds to the joy at seeing your child’s first steps, only fellow parents can truly understand what life with little ones is like.

Mother&Baby Dating brings together likeminded, profile-checked, single parents who are looking to step back into the world of dating – without the uncertainty and awkward ‘I-have-kids-how-do-you-feel-about-that?’ first-date conversations.

Mobile Dating
As any parent knows, spare time is elusive and - when achieved - utterly sacred; especially when you’re already juggling a career, childcare and being a single parent. Mother&Baby’s Date-On-Your-Mobile platform provides a fuss-free, fun experience optimised for mobile, tablet and desktop browsing, which fits into your busy lifestyle. Multi-task away!

And it's completely free, so you can save your well-earned pennies for that Topshop tote you’ve been eyeing up…

Why not join up? Meeting your one true love may be right around the corner…

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