I looked around the internet for some great ideas on how to present it, and ended up doing something similar to this idea found over at Find Joy in the Journey.
I didn’t have a cute basket to put mine in, and I don’t actually have anything in the envelopes (yet), but I liked the idea of tailoring the dates to the specific month and having them all planned out, with hopefully all we’d need for those dates in the envelopes.
Which brings me to point #2: Some things shouldn't be toasted with quite the same bravura. " Since he had to ask, he's not super psyched to go and plan something special for her.
Usually, even if he has to work, we see each other on weekends. This is a pattern: I get needy with guys I am dating, maybe because I have never had a successful relationship. Here's one: After two months, be careful of using the word "usual" to describe any dating pattern you may have with someone.
This coming weekend is the first that we won't see each other due to his work. He doesn't call me or text me as much as he used to. Even if you've gotten very close very fast, and the outlook for a future together is promising, it's still a new relationship.
But my preference is, do what you want, behave according to your instincts, and I'll make a decision based on that information.
Love To Know (LTK): Why is it important to know about the five stages of dating? If you try to avoid one of the stages, problems may develop in the relationship which may result in you or your partner ending the relationship.