Do you ever ask a newer date out on what is usually "family holidays"?

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Do you ever ask a newer date out on what is usually "family holidays"?

Bignuf Bignuf
Do you try NOT to ask a NEWER date to go out if you know it tends to be a family holiday (Thanksgiving, Easter...etc)? Do you think it is imposing yourself on her/his "family time" or do you just go with the flow, and hope they don't tell you "no", OR do you feel comfortable getting invited to the "Smith family gathering", when you have only been dating Mr or Miss "Smith" for only two weeks???? (Or do you HOPE to get invited, maybe, to get a GOOD MEAL or to get "closer" to the family that way?????)
03/05/2012
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El-Jaro El-Jaro
Given my rocky relationships, unless there's a ring or something official, I don't plan on inviting anyone I'm dating to another family function, esp. if there are gifts involved.

If they ask me, I'd go to theirs though.
03/05/2012
P'Gell P'Gell
Jeez, I don't remember. I think my husband to be (we didn't know we were getting married at that time, though) started being invited to family gatherings during the first year or so into our relationship. I was invited later to his family, for whatever reason.
03/05/2012
nova2014 nova2014
I'd feel like that would be too awkward, maybe if you were together at least 2-3 months before you invite them to a family holiday?
12/10/2012
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