Whether it's Christmas, Valentine's Day , his birthday, or 'just because,' choosing a gift for your teenage boyfriend is hard work. You don't want to be too mushy or romantic, but you also don't want to get him a gift that doesn't mean anything. Think about his interests, moments you have shared together and your budget, and then use these gift ideas to help narrow down your choices. If you know what your guy likes, you may be able to find the perfect gift at the mall or online. Before you start looking, set a budget.
Because they're not the only ones who appreciate sweet gestures. Tell him to meet you at a park or the beach, and go for a walk together especially if he's had a bad day. When you're watching TV together, tell him to sit on the floor in front of the couch, and give him an impromptu massage. Be the one to suggest hanging out with those friends of his he knows you can't stand.
Every chance they get, their faces are stuck together, and the other day I noticed a hickey under her collarbone. I am trying to figure out if I need to accept that they are going to make out, and that this is normal, or should I try to be more intrusive. Is 14 too young to date? What are the rules for dating at 14? How far is too far for my year-old and her boyfriend?
The arrival of springtime offers teenage couples the opportunity to spend special moments together. Flowers are blossoming, days are longer and the weather is perfect for two young lovebirds to get close to each other. If you're in a teen relationship, prepare activities you both will enjoy doing at this romantic time of year.