“We had a really good time and went for a few drinks and I got a taxi home and he added me on Facebook,” Simpson said.
They dated long distance before moving in together in Alvechurch, Worcestershire, eight months after their first date.
Try to time your date so it falls between regular nursing sessions.
(Some moms have even brought a portable breast pump along on dates to avoid that uncomfortably full feeling, but it's usually easier to just cut your date a little short.) "I had this fear that I was a bad mom for leaving my baby. I thought to myself, 'So she's finally here and you want to go out – how selfish! These feelings are common among first-time mothers.
But it's perfectly okay – and human – to need a break.
"When we went on our first date, my mother, who had been a pediatric nurse and raised five children of her own, put hand sanitizer on the baby instead of diaper cream! Another tip: Set a time to check in with the sitter before you leave the house.A woman has given birth to the first ever ‘Dinner Date’ baby, after meeting the man who would become her husband, on the ITV show.Jemma Simpson, 33, and Edd Rodgers, 37, welcomed baby Ember, seven years after they met on the dating show.“So he joked and said ‘So today congratulations on marrying the best of a bad bunch’.” After three years of trying to fall pregnant naturally, the pair had IVF privately to conceive Ember. They called her Ember because of Edd’s job and she was born near Bonfire Night.“You don’t imagine that meeting someone random on a TV show will plan the rest of your life out,” said Rodgers.That way, you won't end up racing home in a panic because she was rocking the baby and didn't hear the phone.