You go to dinner once a week; you've met each other's friends; he was your date to your cousin's wedding.
Yet if people ask if he's your boyfriend, you don't have a quick answer. "Ishe?" you wonder. You hadn't quite gotten around to that conversation yet.
When is the appropriate time to bring up your relationship status? You don't want to scare him off by bringing it up too quickly, and actually, maybe you aren't even sure if you want him to be your boyfriend. "Boyfriend" is so official-sounding.
I happen to think that three months is make-or-break/poo-or-get-off-the-pot territory, but it's not unheard of for people to "date" for six months or longer without ever bringing up the "state of our union" address.
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