(Closed) Should I say something?

posted 6 years ago in Waiting
Post # 3
1417 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2013

@lookingglass:  Hmm this is tough. Why don’t you make plans with friends one day and leave him for a good few hours, And on your way out say something like “Now you can get more things done without me around” Or something to that.

I don’t think he would book a venue if he wasnt planning on proposing by your birthday. Maybe he does have it all planned out? Maybe he doesn’t but there is still time so hopefully he figures out what he needs to do to get the ball rolling. Good luck! Keep us updated

Post # 4
2607 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2011

@FutureMrs.browneyes:  as PP said… don’t say anything, just get out of his way for a little while a few times a week and give him some space to make some plans.

Let’s say he does contact the jeweller too late, in order to have the ring by your birthday.  Picture this, a lovely candle lit dinner, champagne, just the two of you, he pulls out a little velvet box… and iside, is this

with a note, saying your ring is ready for pick up in 2 weeks.  You’re still engaged, you have a lovely storey for the Bee, and your future grandchildren… live goes on.  It’s a much better scenario than getting into a big fight weeks before engagement because he felt pressured and nagged.  

Trust the man who obviously wants to marry you.  Relax, and let him do this his way.

Post # 6
3770 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: August 2013 - Brookfield Zoo

I think you should keep quiet and allow him to surprise you… you have the venue booked and he has the rock, I think you are already in a way better position than many girls who are waiting for their SO to even bring up the idea of marriage.  I know it’s really really easy to get antsy, but at this point just let him do his thing 🙂

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