Not sure how much longer I can go on, like this As the physician, I found this blog searching for ways to make my spouse feel more important. If you want to go against that trend, one of you will almost certainly change perspective. The odds are definitely not in OPs favor for something like this working for him. Can I add to this extremely old thread. Our daughter is 6. That said, I would be fully aware that Mormonism is going to compel even the best of them to do some truly horrendous stuff at times. The goal of dating at that age is to broaden your social circle and learn more about yourself.
I have a 12 year old daughter from my first marriage and so we didn't move in with him until he and I had been together for 2 years. Consider a mix of activities that are inexpensive, and allow you to talk and learn about one another. It's a foolish dream I suppose. Otherwise her family will likely feel incomplete to her. I am a non-Mormon who moved to Utah for college.
She was so sad over what she sacrificed it just haunted everyone on Reddit. I am becoming more lonely now than before. What do you think is a reasonable expectation for how much time you will spend together, how often you will talk, etc. And he likes the idea of us raising our daughter with the values the Mormon church instills on their youth. But, you will probably lose.
As more and more people marry out of their faith, the subject of interfaith marriage will become more and more important. I am also a pharmacist and a mother of two boys. Besides the obvious brain damage that you will be made to suffer your entire married life, there are future kids to think about. Her attempts to convert you will get stronger and stronger, if you make it clear to her that you will not under any circumstances convert, she'll bounce. They are always dressed in decent clothing, and the same is expected of their date. If you are only after non-serious dates and spend a great time, you should be fine with this set up. If we have children, they will be OK to go to your church, but not compelled to do so, and never baptized. In 5 years, one thing has become certain to me.