Fly solo while waiting? 2 mos is not a big time. I can see holding out a bit more.
Not that you are trying to pressure him into sex. But can he clarify how he DOES feel about you then? What is easier for him? Emotional intimacy? Mental intimacy? Body intimacy? Even if you have agreed to wait for it to happen naturally, you can still talk about sex, love, intimacy and all that.
Take the quiz on 5 love languages. Just for kicks. http://www.5lovelanguages.com/assessments/love/
You are not weird. I feel that way too. I remember with DH, we were both ready for sex 3 mos in. I basically said "Wanna?" and he said "Sure!" We liked each other a whole lot and spent a lot of time together.
I can't remember when he said he loved me, but he was ready to say it lots sooner than me. The first time I told him thanks. That I liked him a whole lot and I could see falling in love in with him easily. But that I just take a lot longer on the emotional intimacy part and my previous relationship left me a bit leery on opening up too soon. I was a lot more guarded. And body intimacy and mental intimacy is easier /faster opening up for me anyway. He said he was fine with it. So then he'd just tell me "I love you" and I'd smile and go "I know." It was a year in before I was ready to say it back.
I think everyone's pace is different on things.
But you also have the right to decide how long you are willing to wait for it to "just happen naturally." A year? 5 years? Just decide to yourself and keep it to yourself so he isn't pressure with some deadline. But it's ok to make up YOUR own mind inside your own head. You prolly don't want to wait 20 years right?
-- UU? I've done OWL too.
Our Whole Lives is age appropriate sex ed from grade K on up to adult.
You could think of it like "layers" that build up.
Like my daughter as a got the bits about different kinds of families -- bio, adopted, same sex parents, etc. The bit how babies are made and where they come from. What "bad touch" is and what to do if it happens.
Then more stuff comes along as the child ages on up -- puberty changes, peer pressure, dating, birth control methods, etc.