It's hard to know whether your man will want to marry you and start a family someday. But he's been giving you subtle hints about having a family with you without you noticing it. So, here are few of the details you might have missed in the process:
He's like an open book
Whenever he has troubles, you're the person he runs to. This shows that he's comfortable with you. He wants to keep you updated with the things that are happening in his life - happy or sad. You'll be his human diary and vice versa. He'll always value your opinions since he knows you're honest and he knows you'll never break his trust.
You're always included in his plans
All men talk about their future, but it's the real deal if you're part of the plan that he's envisioning. You're not just the woman he's in love with, but the woman he wants to share his life with. It's like your name automatically appears in his mind when he thinks about his future. You're not just part of his future - you are his future.
Your opinions matter to him
He might ask you questions about how you want your future to play out. He could ask about the ideal age to move out of your parents house, what's important to you about moving out or what you want your dream home to look like someday. Chances are, he's taking mental notes on all your opinions that have to do with your future.
He's changing the pronouns he uses
Does the "I" change to "we?" Be mindful about how he's using his pronouns. Most married couples tend to lose those "I," "my" and "mine" and change to "we," "our" and "ours" when talking about themselves as a couple.
Is he now using "when" instead of "if?" This seems vague, right? For example, "When we get married," has a greater impact than "If we get married," since the latter doesn't give any assurance that you will get married soon.
He always says that phrase
No, this isn't the three-word-phrase. This line is better than "I love you." If your partner started describing you as someone he's been looking for, then this might be a hint that he'll tie the knot with you someday.
Every man has their ideal "type," and maybe you exceeded his expectations. If you've heard something like, "You're the one," it's as if he's already proposing (in an indirect way).
He thinks you'll be a great mom
Have you noticed him staring at you when you take care of your siblings or stop your niece or nephew from crying? He might stay silent about it, but he's observing how you handle the difficulty of being a mother.
Don't ever take him saying, "You'll be a great mother to our kids someday" lightly. Even if it sounds like a joke, remember men tend to be very cautious of their future and the best way to hide it is to joke about it.
Women tend to overlook the things that their man is subtly saying. It's easy to misinterpret their words and gestures. The best thing you can do is be patient and wait for him. You'll marry him when the time is right, so in the meantime, be happy you're with the one you love.