Well the wife and I have been lazily looking for a 2nd (bi-f) for sometime without any luck in the Chattanooga area. But since our 3rd child will be due very soon I figure it wouldn't hurt to do a little looking around and learn as much as I possibly can about the world/life of poly.
We both love the idea of adding another member to our family because of our sometimes crazy schedule. It would give us both a chance to have a little extra "Play time", but to also have someone there to cuddle with when the other is off taking care of life.
Let's see, I'm 35, and a Design engineer, the wife is 38 and a stay at home mom who will be starting home school very soon for our daughter.
We are into nearly all genres of movies and music. Both love to read when the opportunity allows itself. We are very geeky/nerdy and love to visit museums and such.
But anyways, it's late and I have wine to make in the morning so hello to everyone out there in poly land. :)
Welcome, and congratulations on the third :)
Agreed.. Congrats on the new baby!!!
Hello and welcome :).
I was born in the Chattanooga area although I no longer live in the local area.
So is there any suggested reading in the forums that would be of a major help? I was the post at the top of this section that points to other threads of interest.
Student doing research on polyamory
Hello I am a student doing research on polyamory and I was wondering if I might be able to interview some of you in the near future (like the next week or two) for a research project of mine. I'm trying to find 10 people to interview. Please let me know!
I am open to doing an interview. PM me if you are interested.
Pleased to meet you.
Polyamory in movies/music/art?
Book and Website Recommendations
If you haven't read Tristan Taormino's "Opening Up," I highly recommend that book.
Let us know of any other questions we can answer, or any way we can be of help.
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