I can move in with my ex husband as a roommate but once the kids are all gone it might be weird living in the same house. By june 2021 my youngest will be done school. I’m not sure what to do.
It’s good to have a companion. What good is living perfectly alone? As long as you’re not in eachother’s business all the time it seems pretty ideal.
He likes fishing which is awesome
I would still move in, even if only temporary.
If this is no longer relevant I apologize but weren’t you applying to some sort of subsidized housing? I don’t recall you mentioning that again though I do tend to forget things.
I’m not sure if I’d get in but this way I can be with my kids all the time.
It sounds like a great deal. I’d go for it.
I need a wife. I cant relate but living with ur ex husband might get awkward.
We are good friends
I think it would be neat if you two still lived together to save money after the kids are gone…hoping everything works out.
Sure, my sisters have (or had) some kind of relationships with some of their ex’s. It’s no big deal. My older sisters boyfriend in high school was her first love. They eventually broke up after 5 or 6 years together but remained friends. He used to come to our apartment every Christmas for years after they broke up. She even invited him to her wedding and he came. They finally drifted apart after many years but she has no anger or bitterness towards him. My other sisters ex-husband still loves her a little. It’s understandable because she was the love of his life. He eventually got re-married but he flew in from Utah like 10 or 15 years ago to California when we all attended my nephews (their son) graduation from college. Everything went quite smoothly. So if you both think you guys are compatible then I say go for it, there’s plenty of similar precedents. If you both want it, I say go for it.
This is like a complete replica with my first love. She’s married now.
Sounds like an episode of the Twilight Zone.
I still think it’s a big deal you get to keep your pets, too.
Actually, 2021 is a long ways away. You would have plenty of time to plan ahead to look for housing before the kids graduated.
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