Looking for Co-Parent Manchester NW England

    by Rob75      .      11 Dec 2016

    Hi, I am a mixed race (1/4 Latvian/ and 1/4 German/ and 1/2 Black American), gay guy, 41, newish to Manchester (but not England), but really like the city and have decided to put down roots here so ideally looking for someone in the Manchester/NW England/West Yorkshire/Merseyside. I work in the public sector. I have been on this site a few years and have chatted with some great ladies but the timing was not right for various reasons on both ends in the past and have returned to the site after a few years absence. I would love to find a Lesbian, a female Couple or gay friendly straight women to co-parent with as I am getting up there in age... yikes the time has flown by I can remember 30 like yesterday. I have recently returned from visiting family in Germany and my thoughts have returned to the often thought of idea have having a child/children in my life. Like many of you I always wanted to wait until I had a partner and then maybe adopt but that does not seem to be happening for me anytime soon so I would like to find some to co-parent with. I have discussed this with gay guys that already co-parent (former housemates and an a colleague (who all have had positive experiences and say go for it). I am looking to get to know some one first as this is a lifelong commitment with maybe trying for child home insemination/AI only maybe around March/April. I am open to more than one child. I am an INFP so a nurturer type guy and have always had good relations with my nieces and younger cousins. Please take a look at my profile or ask my any questions you want to. I hope to hear from some one who also has been waiting on a child to be in their lives for quite a while now as well.

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    Hi, I am a mixed race (1/4 Latvian/ and 1/4 German/ and 1/2 Black American), gay guy, 41, newish to Manchester (but not England), but really like the city and have decided to put down roots here so ideally looking for someone in the Manchester/NW England/West Yorkshire/Merseyside. I work in the public sector. I have been on this site a few years and have chatted with some great ladies but the timing was not right for various reasons on both ends in the past and have returned to the site after a few years absence. I would love to find a Lesbian, a female Couple or gay friendly straight women to co-parent with as I am getting up there in age... yikes the time has flown by I can remember 30 like yesterday. I have recently returned from visiting family in Germany and my thoughts have returned to the often thought of idea have having a child/children in my life. Like many of you I always wanted to wait until I had a partner and then maybe adopt but that does not seem to be happening for me anytime soon so I would like to find some to co-parent with. I have discussed this with gay guys that already co-parent (former housemates and an a colleague (who all have had positive experiences and say go for it). I am looking to get to know some one first as this is a lifelong commitment with maybe trying for child home insemination/AI only maybe around March/April. I am open to more than one child. I am an INFP so a nurturer type guy and have always had good relations with my nieces and younger cousins. Please take a look at my profile or ask my any questions you want to. I hope to hear from some one who also has been waiting on a child to be in their lives for quite a while now as well.

    Hi are you still looking?

    Hi, yes I was chatting with someone but they found a friend to step up to coparent with which I fully understand so I am still looking.

    Rob


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