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It's difficult to make plans or do activities with him because of his set schedule.
I recently told him how I would like our relationship to grow and get closer and spend more time together.
If I don't follow that I tend to become overwhelmed by the complexity of the situation (complexity that an NT wouldn't see, they have an information filter, we lack that).
When we first started dating I told him that I wanted to spend more time with him.
He told me how he felt about me (mutual) but that he felt like he didn't have enough time to give me the attention I deserved.
Once a basic set of guidelines is established that tends to allow for more flexible behavior, because you can always fall back upon the "standard" way.
I advise against wanting him to be as flexible as your whim requires, that'll be very bad for him and your relationship.