Second dating anniversary
Do you exchange gifts or do you think it's more about having a nice time together?
It'll be nice to do something different and go out somewhere fancy and just have a change of pace and dress up a bit for each other (Okay, okay, I just want to wear a sexy dress for him! We're not exchanging gifts or anything since it just Christmas.It's really just about taking the time to be together, look back at what we've done so far and look forward to all that's coming our way. and to 2012 bringing nothing but the best for my Smitten Kittens. XOWhat do you guys think—do you celebrate dating anniversaries? You can also follow along on Facebook and Instagram. You can read about me here, peruse the archives here and read popular posts here.Just log in and play to earn daily Loot Chests—plus an exclusive Banner, Portrait, and Spray!
If you have a relationship/dating question I can help answer, you can send me your letters at A question in the forums today got me thinking about dating anniversaries.
Yeap, right in between Christmas and New Year's, we celebrate the anniversary of our very first date (our 2nd date was actually on NYE, super cute! And, hey, who needs another excuse to celebrate your love for someone?
I know most people leave the anniversary thing for after you're married, but I'm all for celebrating your first date. Actually, during our first year together, J and I would celebrate each month with a little dinner or funny card or sweet email.
Also, I think three months gives you enough time to see if the new person in your life is consistent. The Frisky: 12 celebs who denied getting breast implants TM & © 2010 TMV, Inc.
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" My response was my standard one: "Get back to me in three months." If I've learned one valuable thing from the dating whirligig I've been on for the last six years (give or take six months here or there), it's that you must wait at least three months before getting excited about the long-term possibilities of a new person.