If it's only been a little over a month then don't get them anything really expensive. Probably the best thing to get him/her is a big stuffed animal with some candy and maybe something cute he/she would like or something he/she needs. Like my boyfriend knows that I like this certain kind of body spray so he bought me some of that. So, probably a stuffed animal, maybe candy, and possibly something they would like at the moment, but that is not too expensive. And this should all be under 60 dollars.
Well they probably don't even think you guys are going out. If they haven't asked you out then that means that he/she would only be assuming you guys were in a relationship but it wouldn't be official. So he/she probably not your boyfriend/girlfriend cause you haven't officially asked him/her to be your boyfriend/girlfriend. It's only an assumption right now.
Yes, definitely ask him/her. Guys can ask the girl out or the girl can ask the guy out. It really can go either way. So if you feel it's the right time then ask him/her out and let him/her know that you consider what you guys have to be a relationship.
$50 can go a long way if you spend it wisely. I wonder what the reasons are for you saying that clothes, music and movies are out of the question. Was that a part of the gift-giving deals you two made?
Very often people choose gifts based on their own likes, as opposed to those of their loved ones, and gifts chosen that way are rarely a success. Sometimes they could even be perceived as a negative comment.
As I always tell people that ask me for gift-giving advice, the best gifts are the ones that the person you're giving them to actually wants. So think of the things your boyfriend/girlfriend might have mentioned at some point that indicate what he/she would like to get. Was there a book they said they like to read? A power tool he/she would like to own? A restaurant they like to eat at? Does he/she have a hobby of any kind? A gift idea that came to you from something your boyfriend/girlfriend expressed is going to communicate to him/her that you listen and care, and that should be the point of any gift.
You can buy him/her something they like that's somewhat cheap. For example, a new expansion for a computer game or a video game. An accessory for there car or for there computer. Just buy them something you know they would appreciate. There are some cute homemade gifts you could make him/her like a photo album, but I strongly recommend you wait until the one year anniversary. It's much more special then and it gives you more ideas. So it might be better if you just buy them something they would like or something he/she would find useful.
If you really can't afford to do much with them then it would probably be best if you just visit him/her and cook them a nice dinner. If that is all you can afford then that would be something nice. You can also make him/her a card or photo album or a journal. All you need are pictures, clips from magazines, and a bit of creativity to write poems and something like your own adventure story. But if you don't have the time or the money then just stick with the dinner.
If they know that you can't afford it and he/she will truly appreciate you just spending time with them. All that matters is the though. But what works best for the two of you even if it is just to spend the day together at the park or some place like that then that is all that matters. To spend time with the one special someone that very day.
Victor Epand is an expert commentator at http://www.CustomDesignPostcards.com .