Just send him a text saying you will get back to him, or don’t do anything, and call him back later.It is still too early to be the emergency contact person in his life.
This might seem like a no-brainer, but sometimes your mind can play trick on you when you really want to see this guy again.
There are ways to get his number, Facebook, Linked In or calling his work, but then you run the risk of the guy thinking that you are a stalker.
When my husband and I first started hanging out, I was going out of town and he told me to call him when I got back, but we had never called each other yet. Finding out how his sick Grandmother is, or because you saw something that reminded you of an inside joke from your first date.
I was very hesitant in making the first move, so I text him to see if he would work for me, and say “hi.” He wasn’t that impressed, but I didn’t know how to handle it. It can be mixed messaged about calling him first or making the first move, but if he told you to call, he really wants you to call. You may think you are being sweet or thoughtful, but it is too early and can come across as clingy.
Do call him if some concert or fun event comes up that you think he would enjoy.
Don’t worry too much about the whole taking turns thing anymore.You don’t want to send him a lengthy text that should be said in person.You also don’t want him talking to his friends about your excessive texting and wonder how many texts he will get while he is hanging out with his friends for happy hour.It can take years to really know each other, this is an important step to the relationship and you still don’t want to push it too far.But at this time, you should know each others schedule, sense of humor and the way he runs his life.You want to leave some mystery for him to figure out.