1. First Meeting: Whenever you will meet your date one-on-one for the first time. I would say the first meeting with your date is more exiting as you will let all your held-up crush energy on your first date. In other words you can say it is as big a deal as your potential marriage day. Professional Tip for your first Meeting: Don’t discuss your potential weddings on the first date.
2. Nervous Pause Before your First Kiss: The second best moment within a relationship according to me is the Nervous Pause immediately before you will kiss for the first time.
3. The first time you bone. Well, hopefully your first time was a great moment. And if not, you’re a very selfless person for sticking with them.
4. The first time you stay the night instead of abruptly peacing-out like Cinderella the second it hits 2 a.m. Especially if you usually run off into the night immediately after coitus. Well, maybe hobble into the night while trying to put on your pants is a more apt description. My point is, your first sleepover is a big deal.
5. When you are in bed together with your date and did nothing but then too you feel amazing. If you will do this for the first time then of course you will find out that it’s cute and romantic. But if you will do the same thing for the 90th time, then it means you’re mutually-dependent agoraphobics. Also, if you can literally spend an entire day sharing a bed with your date and doing nothing else then it means you’ve got something good going.
6. Whenever you in your relationship you will realize your partner’s family could also be your family (and you’re OK with that). Some people have stupid families. So it’s a relief when you meet your partner’s and you actually feel at home. Getting along with their family instead of feeling awkward and intimidated is great.
7. When picking your partner up at the airport felt like the best moment in the world. Spending time apart (however long) is rough, but getting to see each other again makes it all worth it. All right, maybe it would’ve been better to not be apart in the first place.