When in doubt, just remember: sports, gadgets, food, repeat.
If you've only been seeing the guy for a few months, you can probably get away with not giving a gift, but you risk an awkward moment if he showers you with rose petals and teddy bears, and you give him nothing.
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The reason I'm asking this, my friend I mentioned on another thread, just met a girl and had sex with her after only knowing her a week. I don't think they can work out, but there are some out there who prove they can.
Now he's talking about asking her to marry him and he says she's on the same page despite only knowing each other for less than a month. My ex-best friend of 4 years recently got engaged...after dating the girl for a month. Last I heard her mother is making them wait to get married in April (they were planning on eloping this past weekend--it would be 2 months at that point). Hopefully those two can cool their jets for a few months and really decide if they want to rush into marriage without even knowing one another. What do you all think about people who get engaged/married after only dating for a very short period of time?
So if you want to keep something on hand, go with a classic gift that says, "Thanks for giving me something to do this Valentine's Day so I didn't have to sit at home by myself." A cool bottle of his favorite booze, a Netflix gift card, or a book you think he might like are harmless yet amazing gifts for anyone, really.
And of course, it wouldn't be Valentine's Day without candy, and chocolate bars are definitely dude-friendly.
Skipping past all the 'should have used precautions' comments please, I am looking for support in the here and now, as in 'here I am, moved in with him, switched jobs, towns, lifestyle, and now I'm feeling overwhelmed by finding new friends, support, and going through my first pregnancy while still trying to get to really know the father of my baby'.
Any one with similar, by any means, situations out there or words of wisdom or encouragement? broke up (for what we thought was for good) and I started casually dating someone else, no sex.
We got back together, moved in, and now we just take it day by day. I lost all my "friends" and my job so I pretty much rely on him. Worst comes to worst , you don't work out and you take your kiddo and experience life together with just you and your baby. As for you and your boyfriend try some couples counseling if you guys are having problems or if you just need help connecting with everything thats going on a new baby can be stressful for even long time couples .