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When you're ready to move in together (which may not be now), I think you should do it, and not worry about being on the "losing end." That sort of thinking implies that a relationship is a win or lose proposition. That's a bad way to look at it, and probably comes from having a master plan of some kind (marriage, kids, white picket fence?) that you're trying to fit your relationship into. Again, bad idea, it sets you up for unhappiness. I know it's hard, but inner peace will come from learning to enjoy and cherish the time you have together, regardless of where it ultimately leads. If you can do that, you come out on the winning end no matter what.
He's gotta tell you he loves you before you guys move in together.
Possible suggestion? Maybe rent that film About Last Night...from the 1980s, there's a scene where Rob Lowe suggests to Demi Moore that she should have a drawer at his place; possibly a springboard for another discussion, depending on your mutual comfort zone (which appears good/high if the blog is any indication).
Sexaganarian pretty much summed up the rest of what I was already thinkin'.
Good luck! Overall, still looks solid to me. Speaking as a guy, when he cooks for you, that's always a huge effin' clue where his head's at.