Big community funding update! Is it too soon to shack up? February 11, 7: My girlfriend and I have been dating for six months. It's been absolutely great. We get along on a very deep level. We love each other. Spend a ton of time together. Our respective groups of friends mingle and get along.
The parents on both sides think it's great. She had even watched all of Battlestar Galactica before we started dating, and I'm getting her into British comedy. If that's not the sign that she's a keeper, I know what is. I'm 28 and she's We're both professionals and out of school. She owns a home, whereas I currently rent an apartment, and neither of us has roommates.
As it stands, I probably spend a good 4 or 5 nights a week at her house. We get along famously. So after a few hints about it, it's become a topic of discussion. Mostly along the lines of "So, when are you moving in? Because primarily, I do like the idea.
It makes a lot of sense for both of us. My apartment has basically just become a big closet where I keep most of my clothes at this point. I like her house a lot. When I spend all of my time at her place, we cook together, go out and do things socially, we both sleep better together, our sex life is great, everything. But there's aspects that are a bit scary. We really haven't had any fights. I brought this up the other day, asking just that: I suppose Neither of us is really the type, we both tend to try and look at things from both perspectives and talk about it.
But I wonder if it might crop up? Also, what if things get along so well because we know that I can just go stay at my own place tomorrow With regards to the financial aspect, we've talked about that too. I don't plan on doing anything more than sharing costs evenly. I'm a financial planner, and I even Dating a guy for a few months rent up the idea of a cohabitation agreement to protect our respective assets. How did you and your SO make the decision? Was it easy, did you wait too long, what were some unexpected aspects?