I need help in 3 different spots in a piece that I'm writing in a piece. The first being the proposal of the boyfriend to the main character. When should it occur? 1. Christmas: Good- Both families are around to share the moment; Bad- A little cliche, busy time of the year, and the moment may not be as special. 2. Valentine's Day: Good- Can be creatively written and the date would always be memorable; Bad- Very cliche, not very unique, predictable 3. He proposes one day and then that night, while she's with her mom in the car, they argue (as always), and then BANG! the car crash: Good- Gives a reason for the car crash that will eventually occur; Bad- Too much for one day 4. Any other ideas that you can suggest. The second thing that I need help with goes along with the first one. How should the proposal be done? I guess it really depends on when it's done, but I want to do something creative, but realistic at the same time. The third thing is when does the person who's supposed to adopt the MC's twins tell her that she doesn't want to adopt the twins anymore? Should it be early on so the the MC has time to think over her options? Or the same day as the car crash that will send her into premature labor? That way she has to kind of make a rash decision. Thank you for any advice and help in advance. ~Cassie P.S. If you need any more information about the characters or the plot itself, feel free to ask.