My SO thinks that it is weird to celebrate it, and says that we will do anniversaries when we’re married.I discussed with him how important it was to me before our 1-year last October.Try a mix of sweet ("You make me feel like home.") and saucy ("I want you…in me.").
The 2-year is coming up in a few months and I know the same disappointment is going to happen again.
I’ve told him that I’d rather have an anniversary than Valentine’s Day (which he has no problem celebrating), and he still says no.
Every month, we really looked forward to the dates planned and we had a blast.
I will post about each of those dates in the future!
It has been a whirlwind of memories the past four years, but I really love that we take the time to appreciate one another each anniversary. I won’t reveal what I’m doing for our four-year anniversary just yet, but I could still take some suggestions ;) Check out some of these dating ideas websites: Hi! I'm a twenty-something dedicated to living life positively, sharing inspiration, developing my best self, and dressing the part.
Some people think we’re silly for celebrating dating anniversaries, but I think they are important milestones, too! You can find me diving into a good book, looking for the ideal swing dancing partner, swooning over fabulous typography, or doing something ridiculous for blog's sake.
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Am I being unreasonable to ask that we do the anniversary thing?
I’ve been trying to brainstorm new ideas to show him how much I love him (in addition to his present! I thought it would be fun to share some of the things we’ve done for each other in the past because I know I’ve scoured the internet many times before for inspiration! but I was definitely in that honeymoon phase) so I went a little crazy.
Traditional 5th wedding anniversary gifts are wood.