love languages

My boyfriend can’t accept a complement

A couple of years ago my boyfriend and I did the quiz on Love Languages and found out that he really likes words of affirmation, physical touch, and quality time, and that I really like physical touch, gifts and acts of service. For the most part, it has really been helpful for us to express our love to each other so that the other person can hear it.

Am I turning into his mom?

My guy and I have been dating for a couple months now, and we spend most (90%) of the time together at my place. I've noticed that I buy certain foods and toiletries I myself don't eat or use much just so that those items are here for him. I guess I'm trying to make him more comfortable in my space, and I enjoy doing these things for him. I'm wondering if I am going too far? Where the line is in terms of being over-the-top in making space for him in my home? He leaves a toothbrush here, but I don't have anything at his house, nor has he bought any of the things I like to have for his home. Is this "taking care of him" part of being feminine, or am I going too far into the mothering spectrum for a lover relationship?