Birthday gift dating 2 months
I mean have you been talking a month or talking for a couple months and dating only one?
Either way in my opinion yes you should, but not something over , show him you’re thinking of him and want him to feel special on his big day but if he breaks up with you or heaven forbid cheats on you a week or two after his bday then you’ll regret breaking the bank for him.
Buy breakfast the next morning, make sure he or she isn't too hungover, mingle with friends, etc.
But just because you aren't comfortable manscaping him (…yet), doesn't mean you have to get him something lame for Valentine's Day. It's also a subtle way to clear out his souvenir shot glass cabinet for some whiskey and bitters. At a play, you can connect over how much you appreciate the arts — a little bit of post-show dramatic criticism is basically mental foreplay. OK, so maybe elaborate mixology isn't his — or more importantly, — thing. He probably jots his thoughts down on whatever's handy, like in his phone in a million files in his notes app. Sometimes giving a guy winter gear can look a bit grandma-ish, but grandma can't text, can she? Like, a hardcore, take-no-prisoners, I-forgot-to-eat-because-I-was-gaming gamer? If you're a gamer too, you can join in, and if you're not, he'll appreciate that you're supportive of his hobby. Instead, get a gift card that approximately amounts to seeing a set number of movies together.
But beware of people who expect you to make big plans for their birthdays too early on in the relationship -- this screams high maintenance, and besides, don't they have friends to do this? If You've Been Dating Three Months or Fewer, Not Exclusively Same rules apply as above in terms of party behavior: if you go to a celebration, be prepared to buy drinks and go home together.