He may see how this is putting a damper on your relationship and choose to speed the process up.
That being said, he may not be quite ready to start the process, and if this is something that is going to continually bother you, you may want to reevaluate the relationship and where you see things going.
Just because you went from single woman to having a family doesn’t mean your goals need to disappear.
While every marriage and family may cause people’s dreams to take a back seat on occasion, you should never stop working for your personal aspirations.
I recently became involved with a man who is getting a divorce.
If you are not willing to accept the baggage that comes with dating a divorced man you should date someone who has never been married.
If the ex isn't co-parenting and the kids are too young to be left alone, she will have to hire a babysitter or at least have advanced planning to go out.
Money might also be tight for her, so offer to pay the sitter and definitely spring for all the other date expenses.
Most single moms remarry within five years of the divorce, according to the 2006 U. Census Bureau report "Remarriage in the United States." Before you can marry her, though, you have to win her trust and love in a dating relationship.
Common challenges during the dating period including pacing the relationship, balancing her needs with those of her kids and scheduling time for dates.