Single mom dating chicago

Seems like a move from just about any of those places to Chicago would be an ENORMOUS cultural shock, especially for middle schoolers...I like going to live theater, concerts both outdoors and indoors.Basicially I'm a mom with a social life and I would love to find a neighborhood that's balanced.By then I should have my Masters degree, at least 6 months of living expenses saved up, and enough legal experience to get a decent job, provided there are any left.I will also be a single mother of two (12 and 10 by that time) and will be in search of an area that has a diverse population.Obviously being in an area with a good school district is at the the top of my list.

My children are biracial and it's important for me to expose to them many different ethnicities/cultures.We spend a lot of time in musuems and outdoors so being close to a park with biking and or hiking trails would be ideal.


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