the bull by the horns and booking a romantic outing. No expensive gifts: Jewellery, a dozen roses, perfumes/colognes, thoughtful cufflinks are all far too much for a fledgling romance.Ladies, sit back and let him take the lead if he is inclined to. After four dates it’s early enough to poke fun at the looming day so if you bring it up you won’t be fretting about it. It’s far too hard to find a card that’s not bursting with sentimentality or cheesy, loaded meanings. Keeping it light is essential for ensuring neither party feel they are more (or less) emotionally invested than the other.Unfortunately, there is no Hallmark card that's like, "I Can See This Going Somewhere After The Sex Gets Less Awkward And I Feel Comfortable Texting You Back Immediately, Valentine!!~*~*~*~" So here is an expert guide (by "expert" I mean "me," and by "me" I mean "functionally illiterate ferret woman") to what you should expect on Valentine's Day from your new partner, based on how long you've been dating.There are so many sub-levels when it comes to defining the status of a relationship depending on how many dates you have been on together, is one half a little keener than the other, are both parties looking for the same outcome – relationship/casual fling etc? Generally, it’s easy enough to tell after four or five dates if you are both on the same page.There is a mutual excitement about your connection, communication is fluid and no games are being played.
Is she going to be mad if you don't plan a romantic evening?Unreciprocated big gifting makes for an extremely awkward moment and potentially tense last and final date.Keep it lighthearted Try to keep it light: A nice text on the morning of Valentine’s Day wishing your sweetheart a Happy Valentine’s day.You might feel you have to live up to your partner's expectations.Or, if you just started dating, you might not be sure if anything's expected at all.