Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez pose together. Photo: Instagram.
By Melissa Lee
After stopping by Jimmy Kimmel Live, Alex Rodriguez revealed that his two daughters think he’s a hero for dating Jennifer Lopez! In celebrity news, Rodriguez and Lopez, who have been dating since March, have gotten very serious within the past few months. According to EOnline.com, Rodriguez revealed that his daughters love hanging out, dancing, and singing with Lopez, and even like to make an appearance on their daily FaceTime calls. How adorable!
This celebrity news has us chuckling. What are some factors to consider when introducing your partner to your child(ren)?
Jennifer and Alex have an amazing dynamic between their personal relationship and their kids. If you’ve been struggling with figuring out the right time to introduce your partner to your kids, head below to check out some of Cupid’s advice:
1. Make sure they’re in it for the long haul: Before letting your partner meet your children, there are a few things you need to make sure of. Firstly, make sure this person is in this relationship for the long haul. You don’t want to introduce your kids to someone that’s going to disappear in a month’s time.
2. Set some boundaries: It’s also important to set a few limitations before letting your partner have a role in your kids’ lives. Maybe have them around only a few times a week, and gradually introduce the idea of your lover being around as your children get more comfortable. It is crucial to listen to your kids’ opinions and needs before getting caught up in anything.
3. Take it slow: Most importantly, remember that there’s absolutely no need to rush into anything. Take things one step at a time, and base it off of your level of comfort, along with your partner’s and your children’s. Things will work out as time progresses, but don’t feel obligated to rush it just because you want a family dynamic.
What are some of your tips for introducing your partner to your kids? Leave your thoughts below.
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