new online singles dating site - Birthday gift for a guy you just started dating
This night is not about your burgeoning relationship.
If your date doesn't have plans, you can offer to take him or her out for a birthday drink, but be wary of this.
I haven't met any of her friends or family yet.
You aren't that serious yet, so preferring to spend a birthday with friends is totally normal. Possibly, your date will mention a party or get-together to which you'll be invited.
If you go, treat it as you would the birthday of a friend you very much like: bring a card, buy them drinks, etc.
A card is necessary, a token is nice but not mandatory.
Buy breakfast the next morning, make sure he or she isn't too hungover, mingle with friends, etc.
If he or she mentions their upcoming birthday in passing, you should casually ask: "Fun, how are you planning to celebrate?
" The best case scenario is that they say something like "Oh, probably just doing X with my friends," which makes it clear that you won't be really expected to join in or participate—which is fine.
If you're invited to a more intimate celebration, such as dinner at a restaurant with friends, don't feel obligated to attend.
Of course, it's lovely if you do—but if you don't feel you're quite yet at the Birthday Dinner With Friends level yet, you can offer instead to take him or her out for a birthday drink on your own (possibly at a later date).
If you don't participate in a group celebration, some sort of acknowledgement about the birthday is still necessary.
Next time you see the person, have a card, or offer to foot the dinner or drink bill in honor of their birthday.
I don't want to get something cheap or generic, but I also would like something that she appreciates without being creepy, or going overboard and spending a ton of money. Something like a book if she's into reading would be nice or an inexpensive (no more than ) piece of jewelry would be appropriate and she will most likely appreciate that.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating