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Celebrate one month of dating

I know, I know; I shouldn’t worry about what other people do. Speaking of things that work for us, I should give my full disclosure here: Drew and I are suckers for anything worth celebrating.

Whether you are celebrating your six-month, one year or five year, celebrating an anniversary is a wonderful way to rekindle old flames and remind each other how special your relationship is.By the time the glue on your note wears out, it will be tomorrow, and you will have so many more people to date. Today, only forty-three survive, and they are valued in the tens of millions of dollars.Three-Day Anniversary: You Tube Video If you have made it through two nights of sexual-tension-laden IM chatting with your classmates, then it is worth celebrating your burgeoning relationship. We can't imagine a better way to show your devotion to this person you've been together with for between twenty-eight and thirty-one days than giving them one, maybe three, of these priceless treasures.Anniversaries are all about celebrating the love you share with your spouse.Unfortunately, for some of you, there are situations that don’t allow you to be WITH the one you love.I mean, by definition, an anniversary is something that occurs once a year, so you can’t very well have two of them, can you? Neither of us had any idea how or if we could make such a set-up work, but we knew there was something special between us, and for that night that’s all we needed. I guess our relationship is still young enough — and not yet complicated by the arrival of kids and whatnot — that we enjoy all that.

Now do you see why this is such a serious issue here? May 5th also happens to be my mom’s birthday and I like the idea of having two things to celebrate on this special day. — Editor Amelia] So, as you can see, this can’t not be our anniversary. Actually, I hope we always enjoy that kind of stuff, but I know how life can sometimes get in the way of our best intentions. I guess my point is: life can be hard; celebrate the good stuff.

Celebrate your anniversary by going to that one museum, state park, nature hike, botanical garden, funky dessert cafe or concert hall you’ve both been meaning to go for ages but have been putting off. Or with a flip came and i Movie, you and your loved one can make a very short and sweet internet video that you can watch for years to come when you want to take a stroll down memory lane. Maybe this is the day to learn ballroom dancing, take a cooking class, surfing class or to try bikram yoga for the first time together.

Ladies and gentlemen, I have a very serious, pertinent issue I need for us to discuss. Namely, what sort of anniversaries do you celebrate with your significant other and do you have names for those anniversaries? We don’t stop at just our dating and wedding anniversaries; we celebrate the anniversary of the day he proposed (2/6), the first time we talked on the phone (4/20), and the day I moved to New York to be with him (9/30).

The sixth anniversary is the "candy anniversary," because the lies have stopped by the sixth year and everyone is being honest about just wanting a bucket of Chupa Chups and to be left alone.

But OH MY WOMBATS, what kind of high school couple makes it to their six-year anniversary? One year is actually two hundred in high-school dating years. Which is why we have created a MORE REALISTIC set of anniversaries (dayiversaries? ) for you to celebrate with your once-now-and-never-again love. Celebrate your monogamy with an origami gift: a chatterbox with "You're dumped" under window #7 is a seamless way to sever the tie if you've got the one-week itch, otherwise you can make them an origami football, or, idk, an isoceles triangle—whatever you think your baby (probably too soon to call them baby) is into.

One-Day Anniversary: Sticky Note Some of the greatest relationships of our time have lasted no longer than second through fourth period. Sometimes it burns into an inanimate ball of carbon halfway through the atmosphere. One-Month Anniversary: Faberge Egg In the time since you started dating, three queen bees have seized the throne, two P. teachers have switched their tiny shorts for wintry sweatpants, and the cafeteria has served 5000 terrible, terrible hotdogs. Celebrate your one-month anniversary with something super classy: a Faberge Egg.