There are plenty of single pregnant women who have thought about being pregnant sugar babies, maybe you're one of them. You, just like the rest of us, might feel lonely, scared, uncertain, nervous, and any range of other emotions. You might need help, financially or in some other way, perhaps just a protector.
A sugar daddy can provide those things. One who likes pregnant women can provide you even more, that special attention that only someone with the fetish can do.
If you have thought about being a sugar baby while pregnant, here are some steps you can take:
1. Ask yourself, is this right for me?
Do your research, talk to other sugar babies, write down the pros and cons, and think about it long and hard. If you have considered dating while pregnant, then being a pregnant sugar baby is the next step beyond this. Dating is a mutual agreement of the parties. Sugaring is a finely-tuned agreement that gets to the heart of the matter: benefits!
2. Decide Who/What You're Looking For
If you don't know what you're looking for, you'll never find it. What type of man do you want? When you find him, what do you want him to give you in exchange for dating you? Do you just want financial compensation, or do you want guidance on life? Maybe you just want a baby daddy for the meantime. That's okay too. Make sure you know exactly what you want, and don't deviate from it.
3. Where Will You Find Him?
There are many sugar daddy websites, I'm certain you've googled them before. If you don't feel comfortable going with one of them, you can post your own ad on Craigslist or a similar site. Take the time to write a thorough ad or profile, whichever route you decide to take. Be prepared to receive a million responses if you go with CL.
Meet for coffee, or dinner if you're up to it. This is more than just a date, remember that. It has the potential to be beneficial to both you and your sugar daddy in the long term, even after you aren't pregnant anymore. Always pick a public place, with plenty of people around. You want to be comfortable and safe. If he suggests meeting elsewhere, be suspicious. If it doesn't go well, don't feel bad, just try again! They don't call it sugar dating for nothing. Pregnancy just adds a little spice to the mix.