As we've lived together and observed each other more, we've learned quite a bit about each other and our quirks.
What Monica's learned about Bryan:
Bryan likes to take a bottle of water to bed each night, drinks about half of it, and won't finish it off the next day because "it's stale." The process repeats until the bottles collect and fill his bedside table, clears them off and starts a new collection.
(I took this picture this morning)
Something I've also noticed about Bryan is that any food set in front of him is a challenge to his manhood that he must finish eating, leftovers are for girls. (I've also learned I have to sneak vegetables into his food, just like a child)
Football is not a sport to Bryan, it is a hobby, a lifestyle, and he can talk about his Cougars team like they are his real family members.
We're big teeth brushers so in the mornings when we have morning breath, Bryan won't kiss me, instead he sorta just smashes his face onto mine.
What Bryan's learned about Monica:
Monica likes to use sounds to describe her mood and feelings. "EEEEE!" can have multiple meanings, but Bryan's gotten pretty good at differentiating the sounds. Mostly it means I'm excited.
Something Bryan is always shocked about is the amount of hair that I shed. It's not abnormal for him to pull his clothes out of the dryer that were mixed with mine, and then later in the day he'll pull my hair off of his body in some unusual places.
Bryan is surprised I'm such a girl some days. When we first started dating we played Halo, played catch outside and did a lot of guy-ish activities. Some days he's glad I'm more girly, like when I curl my hair for him. Other days he's annoyed like when I watch Grey's Anatomy and Project Runway
Mostly we're excited to keep learning about each other.