I was frustrated for sure.
We had picked the ring out in October and he’d been asking me to marry him since March before that. He finally "really" asked on one knee and all in April. It was driving me mad. Forget him.
However, i would bring it up and i am sure it frustrated him because I started to doubt his love for me or his serious commitment.
I am certainly not an expert. However, I think if you can keep from driving yourself mad, you are less likely to make him frustrated. I think men want to be able to make a big to do about it and create a great memorable moment. And of course this moment is different for all of us.
One thing to stop now is thinking that any great romantic evening or outing is going to turning "the moment".
My advice to keep from driving yourself nuts is to say go two weeks without even thinking about it. That’s right, each time it comes to mind push it out. It’s like yoga, acknowledge it and move on to thinking about something else, something else entirely. Keep this up until you are no longer thinking about it.
However, if it is drving you mad, then propose to him, unless that isn’t you.
The other thing, and this probably isn’t the best thing, however, it really depends on so much more than I know about you.
Some people end up dating 7 years and get married, some date 7 years and break up. If you don’t want to date that long, you could mention that you don’t want to be a person that dates 7 years.
Best of luck and let us know how it goes.
And certainly, I am not the best voice of reason as I was going mad waiting for it to happen.