I am a working professional established in my practice, this means relocating is not feasible at this time and I am not interested in a relationship staying long distance so I am looking for someone who is willing to consider moving if things get serious.
I live with my wife and her second partner (male) and our two children. I wonder if somewhere out there is a second partner for me (turn the V relationship diagram into an N) so I am doing a little looking. We are committed to all partners being equal, but this does not mean all romantic (not looking for a unicorn here, being my partner does not mean anything other than friendship is expected with the rest of the partners/spouses[although if it develops that is okay]) and want someone who is committed to sharing life as a partner and a parent. You do have to be okay with the fact that this is a multi-partner family on both sides though. I see the questions about open relationships, we do not have an open relationship in the usual sense we are committed to each other and anybody joining is going to have to pass the friend test with everybody and be a committed part of the family.
I am on the border of agnostic/deist (having grown up in a religious community and appreciating and wanting some of the aspects of it but logic preventing sometimes), my wife’s second is an ardent atheist. I think I can work with any religious beliefs so long as you are okay to whatever extent I don't share them and you can function with a family that does not all share them.
I am not looking for casual anything, physical intimacy comes after a committed relationship and that is part of our expectations as a family. I am looking for a woman who wants children of her own and wants to be a mother to those already here. If you have kids of your own that is cool as well.
A little plump
Favorite way to spend time
Books, Friends, Outdoor
In my own words
I love working outdoors and in the garden and enjoy home repair and renovation projects and anything that involves creating or repairing. I like movies (but only if you are up for some critical discussion of them) and would like to get back into community theatre when my work schedule lightens up a bit.