I feel as though I have found my soulmate and true love. We may be too young (I'm 23 he's 26) and too crazy but I really believe we are meant to be together. I know her cousin and she set us up because we shared interests. I exited my car as she walked out her front door, our eyes locked as we walked towards each other and without even saying hello, she grabbed me and gave me the most passionate long kiss ever.
A big milestone that was left off the list was when to say “I love you.” Any thoughts about what’s “normal” in that regard?
Things only sped up and she was moving into my place within 3 weeks of meeting.
Her parents were aware we were getting married but my parents were not.
Her parents were happy about it, and my parents fell in love with her over time.
The most precious advice I can offer before taking such a big leap, is listen to those around you and consider what they say.
The second but not as important is forget the expensive wedding.
As for your thoughts on being too young, I would say that you may well be right, at least for the male end of the relationship. I am not going to say that I have not thought it was a mistake many time over, but usually I thought this when I was angry.
On normal reflection, I know I made the right choice, and I think she feels the same.
These tend to be casual talks about how each couple envisions at least a short-term future together — planning a vacation a few months down the line, talking about spending the holidays together, making plans to introduce each other to their respective families.2.