How to Approach a Woman With a Child (Simple Method)

How to approach a woman with a child?

This post is for you if you've ever seen a "yummy mummy" (not the kind that's wrapped in tape) and you wondered how to start a conversation with her.

In this article, you'll learn:

  • How to start a conversation without coming across as creepy
  • Points you have to be conscious of when approaching

And much more. Keep reading to find out:

How To Approach A Woman With a Child

Essentially, approaching a woman with a child is exactly the same as approaching a single woman. You just have to be conscious of a few other points:

#1. Give Space

This is especially true for a woman with a child.

You don't want to encroach on her space and make her feel uncomfortable, especially since she's going to be protective of her kid.

#2. Focus On Her

You're approaching the woman, not the child, obviously. So, focus your conversation on her and get to know her.

Don't be asking questions about her kids. It's going to be awkward, potentially, and she also may not like it.

And either way, you're approaching to get to know her.

#3. Stop Worrying

If you're worried that she's in a relationship because she has a kid, remember it may not even be her kid.

She could be babysitting. And, just because she has a kid doesn't mean she's in a relationship.

You're only going to find out if you go and talk to her.


Here are the 3 points I want you to focus on when approaching a woman with a child:

  1. Give space: you shouldn’t encroach on her space or make her feel uncomfortable, specially since she's probably going to be protective of her kid
  2. Focus on her: remember you're approaching to get to know her, so avoid asking questions about her kids
  3. Stop worrying: don't automatically assume the kid is hers or that she's in a relationship. The reality is you're only going to find out if you talk to her

For full details on how to approach women, check this post.

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