In the beginning, he asks, "What are your plans for this weekend? When he's serious, he asks, "What are our plans for this weekend?" because he just assumes you'll want to be together. Taking you to a big deal event like a wedding is, of course, an important sign in Somewhere between the first few butterfly-inducing dates and the committed-for-life stage, there's the period of wondering if you're both on the same page about how serious you feel about a future together.
If you're not quite at the point of That Talk but you're looking for a few clues you're heading in that direction, here are some signs he's in it for the long haul as your relationship progresses. Nothing wrong with a few cocktails on dates, whether you've been out twice or for 20 years.
But the beginning of a relationship tends to be pretty socially lubricated, so when he starts asking you to hang out in broad daylight without a beer, he's getting comfortable with you.
On the other hand, if he's bringing you to a usual thing he does frequently, like to his weekly Sunday-night dinners with his friends, he's doing it because he wants to and because he plans to have you around for a long time. Four years later, both he and his parents still love her.
He makes room for you and expects you to do the same.
Except quite a few of them add in the further details something along the lines of how they are not looking for a hookup. 'wants to date but nothing serious' I often see this on the dating site POF I'm looking for opinions on what people think is the most typical/common meaning and intent for most women selecting this option? they had a bitter divorce and dont want something serious again.