I dated my current bf last yr for 3 months...we split up because I had intense stress.
I have a 2.5yo who remembers him from 9 months ago. We have been dating 1.5 months now but I am head over heels in love with him. Is it way too soon to think about marriage? Things are going really awesome for the two of us and I don't want to rush him but I am ready to settle down already.
even if there wasn't a child involved 1 1/2 months is way to soon to talk marriage. even if you dated before. like anton said you do have a child to factor into the equation. he may really enjoy being with you and your child but he may not be ready to be insta daddy. that is a lot of responsibility for a man to get a wife and child all in one. give him time. wait for at least 6 months to even begin hinting about it.
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