Post # 1
So for the past three months I have been anticipating this day to come. Next Friday his parents will come visit to meet me and my parents. I am beyond terrified as his family is really conservative and mine are more liberal. I’m afraid they will not like me. This is really a make it or break it point for me. If his parents like me then I’m sure a proposal is coming. Months ago he asked me what kind of rings I like and I know he went ring shopping. So I’m anxiously awaiting next Friday. How did meeting the parents go for you other waiting ladies?
Post # 3
I was really nervous too because BF’s family is way more liberal and they are party people lol..my parents are older and my dad is reallllllllllllly old fashioned so I was really freaked out BUT I had nothing to worry about, they got along fine! Good luck to you!
Post # 4
I hope that it goes well!
Post # 5
our parents met after we dated for about 2 months. we were in highschool at the time and couldn’t drive so that speeded up the meeting process. it went fine, our parents talk to eachother nicely and dont have any problems with eachother as far as i know.
Post # 6
I met his mom (single parent) years before me and Deary started dating. She liked me from the start. My parents liked him from the start, dad has always refered to him as my body guard because he use to always have to keep me from getting into touble. Sometimes I do not have the most tact, and quite often I do not know when to just walk away which is when he grabs me and MAKES me walk away.
Post # 7
i was nervous it actually wasn’t going to happen. my BF’s parents and siblings were in town during their usual November weekend, and we decided that it would be nice for my mom to join us one night for dinner. we decided to meet in Manhattan on a saturday night and my mom decided to drive in from NJ. of course she not only got stuck in traffic, but couldn’t find a place to park. she was about to give up and finally found a garage, but ended up being at least an hour late for dinner. it went well, and there have been many meetings of parents since.