Do you say I love you first or second when saying goodbye to a loved one on the phone?
My husband always says I love you first when hanging up the phone. I probably would forego the statement, especially at work, but I answer with I love you too.
It depends on the syntax of the conversation. Do what comes naturally.
Interesting question now that you mention it. Second with my husband but first with my mom and grandma. I guess it depends on who wants to get off the phone more.
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