Dating someone special needs child
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I'm not even totally convinced that the children of the two families should be blended.
I would consider a model whereby blending would occur only insofar as it appeared to be in the best interests of both children.
I recommend shaking off any discomfort that you may feel for him.
It's his issue, not yours, and I am sure he has thought of it. I don't have experience with disabled children, but I do know that they can be extra challenging in just the ways you described. Would she be willing to take the disabled child part-time, to spread the load more fairly? If you are contemplating marriage, I would make sure that at least some milestones are set and accomplished, including behavioral and therapeutic milestones for the daughter, and understandings between you and your bf as to what the family responsibilities would be.