(Closed) Worried what you will do when he finally pops the question?

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

@awolfpaw:  Haha! Aww! I’m a big baby, and I laugh alot when i’m excited/ nervous. So either I’ll cry in his face or laugh at him LOL.

Post # 4
3668 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: July 2015

He’s tricked me once (got down on one knee and asked me to go blender shopping with him), so I probably won’t take him seriously at first! Then I’ll probably cry and forget to say yes or something equally as derpy. Lol.

Post # 5
524 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2013

I wouldn’t worry about shaking–I’m sure your Fiance knows about your condition and will think it’s adorable and one of the many things he loves about you! I honestly was surprised at how I reacted because I DIDN’T cry or shake or anything! I was as cool as a cucumber, oddly enough: probably because I had gone beyond excitement over the proposal (I knew it was coming) and on to something better: excitement over the marriage!

Post # 6
529 posts
Busy bee

Lol I worry about this too! I’m glad I’m not the only one! I’m sure I will cry and be a mess and I’m afraid I’m going to ask if he is sure which he will not be happy about lol! I’m also really worried that I will be disappointed by his proposal because he told me how he was going to propose to me but we broke up for 6 weeks so when we got back together it would have had him proposing like a month and a half later and we definitely weren’t ready. We went to Disney as a family and his plan was to say “I guess dreams really do come true here” not sure how he is going to top that and I could kill him for telling me! 

Post # 8
5001 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: September 2013

I thought I was going to cry like you see on TV, but I just kept saying “oh my god” and stared at him. I hardly remember any of it. You can’t plan it! It will be perfect because it will be you!

Post # 9
480 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2013

I’m so nervous for my reaction!! I feel like I won’t know what to do or say and end up ruining th e moment ๐Ÿ™

Post # 10
117 posts
Blushing bee

I’ll be like Elaine from Seinfeld – I’ll shove him as hard as I can and yell “get OUT!!!!” ๐Ÿ™‚

Post # 11
1042 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: December 2013

My first thought was not of my Fiance, but of that episode in How I Met Your Mother where Lily “proposes” to Marshall after she ended their previous engagement. My first words were (jokingly) “aren’t you going to tell me how pretty and smart I am?” Apparently, when under pressure, I turn into a bad comedian.

Seriously though, don’t worry about it! Your SO knows you love him, and anything you say that isn’t “no” or “let me think about it” is going to make him the happiest person in the world.

Post # 12
306 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: April 2013

I didn’t think I would cry because I thought my excitement would take over. But I balled like a baby. The ugly cry. I’m sure it was hideous. But I was sooo happy! And I wish I remembered everything he said but I was so excited I just couldn’t think straight! And I didn’t even give him a chance to put the ring on my finger. I snatched it up and did it for him! Haha…patience has never been one of my best qualities!

Post # 14
124 posts
Blushing bee

@awolfpaw:  um my biggest fear as well is passing out completely when I realize it’s finally happening… or throwing up :/ i hope i don’t do that hahah but my nerves get the best of me sometimes! And he wonders why I  HATE surprises lol! 

Post # 15
1152 posts
Bumble bee

I worry about this. All the time. Probably the only thing about me that he doesn’t understand. Hahaha.

When I’ve recieved big news in the past – brother injured in the war, sister pregnant, medical diagnosis from doctor, etc. – my reaction has generally been detachment. Usually: “Oh.” I don’t want that. ๐Ÿ™ I want to cry or shake or stammer or something! I want that beautiful emotional moment! I’m really worried. ><

Post # 16
329 posts
Helper bee

I worry about this too. I’m anxious alot and indecisive too. I worry that I’ll react under pressure despite the fact that I look forward to this. I worry that my inclination would be to tell him that I need time to think about it or that I wouldn’t be able to automatically spit out a Yes on the spot.

Yet, another part of me thinks that  I proabably wouldn’t believe him at first and be like “Really….?” and then be all giddy.

Ugh…to–> anxiety and worry.

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