So, some of you may be aware of my own situation in the romance department. BT (short for Boy Toy, my nickname for my "friend") and I have had an interesting couple of months. From the initial hook up that resulted after months of office flirtations, he's changed jobs in order to spend more time with me, has become more attentive than he had been in the past and has shown that he's a genuinely nice and caring guy. The thing about us is that we're both coming out of long-term committed relationships. He still lives with his Ex (they share an apartment and are just biding time until their lease is up before they both move on to new places) and I still live in the house I shared with my Ex. Neither one of us was looking for a new relationship, it sort of just happened. We've both agreed that we're not rebounds and we both care a lot about each other. He comes over to my place every chance he gets (I have a 3 year old, it makes it hard to get out). In the beginning I was bending over backwards, making myself available for him as much as possible, really putting myself out there to the point where it was making me nuts. I don't know if it's finally feeling confident in our relationship, but that's calmed down a LOT. I don't purposefully make myself available;for instance, Saturday he called wanting to see me, but I was out with a friend and told him I wasn't going to change my plans just to spend some time with him and we could do it another time, when weeks ago, I would have dropped everything. Since I've gotten more and more confident with the relationship and comfortable with things, it's like he's the one suddenly getting a little more "crazy", for lack of a better term. He's made a few comments about some of my guy friends, for which I called him on, telling him that 1. He was acting like a jealous boyfriend and 2. He had no reason to be jealous. His response was that sometimes a little competition is alright (meaning for my attention, not romantically) and that I'm the type of girl who's deffinitly worth gettng jealous over. He made a comment about our "commitment" to which I responded that we were both free to do what we wanted until we both made signifcant moves (moving into our own places) and he was a little taken aback. Apparently he thought that we were committed, which is fine, I'm not sleeping with anyone else, but that doesn't mean I'm not free to go on a date with someone, or flirt with someone else. I made this clear to him during that conversation. Well, over the weekend, he was telling me about how his parents are gearing up to renew their wedding vows. They live in Montana, he lives here in Seattle. They've purchased two tickets for him, even though they don't know about me, and know that he and his "roommate" are no longer together. They told him to just hang on to the second ticket in case he wanted to bring someone along. Their renewal ceremony is in September. He was telling me about the place and the city and said "well, you've driven through it, so you sort of know what I"m talking about". I informed him that I did not drive through Montana on my move out here and have never been. A bit later in the convo he just came out and said "Do you want to go with me?". I was honestly lost for words. I told him I'd like to think about it, see where we are come closer to the time. That I also had to think about what I would do with my daughter for the 5 days we would be in Montana (if I would go). It just seems like such a large step. It would mean meeting his entire family, which I would love to do eventually, but we would only have been together roughly 6 months by then. Is that too soon? Is it too soon for him to even be suggesting I go with him?