Keep in mind —and this is very important —that dating is inconsistent with remarried life.
Open wide both your eyes now and you —and your children —will be grateful later. Most people need a few years to fully heal from a ending of a previous relationship. In addition, your children will need at least this much time to heal and find stability in their visitation schedule. Dating two years gives you time to really get to know one another.
So make sure you’re serious before spending lots of time together.
Older children will need more time (research suggests that the best time to remarry is before a child’s 10th birthday or after his/her 16th).
Couples who marry between those years collide with the teens developmental needs.
Moving into new relationships short-circuits the healing process. Too many relationships are formed on the rebound when both persons lack godly discernment about their fit with a new person.Give yourself plenty of time to get to know them thoroughly.