If he's into fitness, then a box of nutrition bars can be a fitting gift choice.
As if deciding what to wear on dates isn’t hard enough, now you’re stuck deciding what gift to buy – or even you should get them anything at all – for their birthday.Plus, a gift can say a lot about your feelings – are they lukewarm or red hot?Part 1 is for the gentlemen and next week, I’ll offer some ideas for the ladies. ” Then it hits you: you have to get them a present! When things are going well, you don’t want anything to rock the boat.So with that, buck up fellas and get your romance on, ‘cause here are some gift ideas for undefined relationships in various stages (let's call 'em mild, medium, and hot). You need a gift that says “I like you” but not “I want to meet your parents tomorrow.” Rule number 1: Don’t roll out the red carpet. Well, you did just start dating and you want to save a little magic for later, if/when things get more serious.You might also consider taking him for a birthday dessert and coffee at a cafe.
If he's planning to celebrate with his friends at a restaurant or bar -- and you've only been dating for a few months or less -- don't have to feel obligated to attend.Also, you don't want to plan anything overly romantic or too personal either.Instead, celebrate his birthday like you would for a close friend.Pick a restaurant that has a long wait list but you were slick enough to swing by early on and ask the owner for a little help.That says, “It may be early, but I want to see this last longer.” As for the present, keep it simple – maybe a book they have talked about reading or a bottle of wine they have been dying to try.If the guy you're dating has an upcoming birthday, you might be stumped when it comes to gift ideas because after all, he isn't your "boyfriend" yet.