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I’m a single mom, and sometimes I feel like I have it rough. Most of the time, the woman ends up staying in the house, and that’s where the kids “live.” I think single dads try to have as much time as they can with their kids, and most try to make a home for their kids at “dad’s house,” but because of work obligations, travel, kid schedules, etc. As a single mom, I can recall times when I forgot to tell my ex about certain school events, and emailed him last minute, when I remembered.But in a primary relationship I also want to play with my partner.Married couples face the same challenge, and the balance between these two desires of mine is more about respect and courtesy than it is about being divorced or not.Hey, single dads, just fyi, we don’t do that on purpose. And I know a lot of dads who were scared of that at first. Kids, especially young kids need their mommies at certain times.There are just so many flyers and emails that come from school and other kid activities, and it’s hard to keep track. Before the divorce, mom might have done everything. But, like everything else, eventually dads get the hang of it. The transition can be difficult, not to mention the emails and return phone calls they might have to make while trying to entertain their young kids. No one can put a band-aid on a skinned knee like Mom.