What if you get her something a little Fortunately you have a pretty easy one going in, because women love presents.We love presents on Christmas, we love presents on our birthdays, we love presents on your birthday—we love presents on any day.
In this case, you should still acknowledge his special day but keep your birthday wishes low key, suggests the Glamour article, "How to Survive the Birthday of Someone You Just Started Dating." For example, if you're not seeing him on his birthday, you can wish him a happy birthday via a text message or with a phone call. If he indicates that he has no special plans for his birthday, you can offer to celebrate with him by taking him on a birthday date.
Consider taking him to the movies to see a new release or to a museum to view the latest show. Pay for his game card and enjoy having a friendly competition to try to beat each other's scores.
The situation: you’ve started a new relationship in the past couple of weeks / months, and you know that Christmas is coming.
But you don't want to show up empty-handed on your upcoming date should he present you with a gift. He's also afraid to show up empty-handed should you give him a gift. Don't show up with expectations of whether he'll give you a gift. I know what it feels like to be single and lack confidence with men.
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Instead, celebrate his birthday like you would for a close friend.