Post # 1
So the ring is purchased 🙂 I picked the setting and he went back later alone and picked the diamond and bought it. But now he keeps teasing me. Like last night he kept holding my hand and playing with my ring finger and telling me it’s going there.. after a long time. Then he laughs maniaically and I kept asking him if it’s really going to be *that* long and he just keeps shrugging his shoulders. I can be patient but not if he’s going to tease me like this!! I even told him we should make a pact not to talk about it but he won’t stop. He even asked if I want pictures taken and if I want him to get down on one knee.. so much for not talking about it 🙁
Post # 3
Agh what a jerk lol!!! Honestly, there’s nothing you can do except wait it out. My suggestion? Try not to mention it as much as possible. If he really taunts you with it, politely ask him not to. My fiance did a few sneaky things to throw me off that really upset me, but was finally able to take me totally off guard. Still, the waiting game was painful! From the minute you’re engaged, it comes and goes all too quickly. Good luck!!
Post # 4
Oh PS, try not to get drunk around him lol that’s when I found I would talk about it the most and get upset and say things I’d rather have kept to myself hahaha!!
Post # 5
Not okay! Hold strong though, it’ll be a distant memory once it’s on your finger 😉
Post # 6
I’m seriously cool waiting. I felt a bit guilty for picking out the ring because we went up there just to make a list of ones I liked and he was going to go later.. well, I fell in love with one and that was that haha. So now I’m ready to let it go and he keeps poking my finger and laughing and it’s making me crazy -_-
Post # 7
Sounds like a playful SO!
Post # 8
Awuh! Sounds like he’s so excited too though! I would see my own guy doing the same if he wasn’t so obsessed with the surprise factor. For example, he knows that purple sapphires are my favorite but purposefully calls them amethysts to tease me.
I would focus on doing a few of the last ‘single things’ you can do guilt free! Think about it, technically, you don’t have to start wedding planning so make a splurge you would feel guilty about if you were under pressure of wedding finances. Go out and enjoy time with friends you might not have time to catch up with when you will be busy trying to balance such a big life transition. Reflect on your pre engaged or single life and try and connect with some of those memories. Then in no time you’ll have a sparkly on your hand and will confidently open this next chapter in your life having fully closed the last one. 🙂