My dear Stina, even if you are 'tired' (and you might be after running around your boys!) you will never look it! Because, true beauty comes from within! This reminds me of Coco's quote about beauty...saying we get the face we earn. :D have a lovely evening.
Your face will look gorgeous in anything, dear Stina! Have a lovely evening, u deserve it!
Stina, even tired you will be beautiful. You are so prett nobody can take off that from you and with a little bit more blush for once a nice redlipstick or any colour plus happiness to find back your man.....Be careful no 3 children hein??!!!Big hugs
You will look stunning in that combo. Maybe he decides to stay for the next week instead of flying back to Zurich on Sunday when he sees this;)?
Enjoy your evening with your man :)Elegant outfit, as always
What a strange situation you've ended up in. All alone, with no help (can't your family help before you get the nanny?) and a man comming home as a weekend guest for whom you have to wait and look beautiful. I would never agree to have it like this, even if it's only temporarily. But you still say that M. will MAYBE move to Sweden before summer. That's a lot of time. Don't get me wrong, I'm just feeling sorry for you.
I think this is the most utterly appalling comment i have seen in a very long time! Had a husband worked abroad, traveling as part of the job it would have been considered a long distance relationship with both partners making the best of the time spent together. Instead, when a mother decides to offer the children and herself the best possible living conditions according to HER standards, she is judged and reprehended. Criticizing other people choices in life without actually being in their shoes, represents a clear sign of weakness, frustration and severe discontent with his own personna. Having a nanny or two, a husband who works abroad and a preoccupation for one's appearance, usually stands as a sign of respect towards yourself and the others alike. Of course that is if you live and work in a civilized society where both partners are truly thriving to create the best possible conditions for their children. Otherwise yes, you could care less about yourselves and the others, leave in a frustrated environment and have it all reflected on your children and their upbringing. In the end we are what we choose to be!
I agree with Christina. Anonymous, I think your comment is very condescending towards Stina. She has not "ended up" in anything. Her situation is the result of choices made by her and M as a couple. Personally, I could not be a stay at home mom but I think it is up to everyone to make their own choices from what they consider best for themselves and their families. So, there is no need to feel sorry Stina. Stina, congratulations to your beautiful new home and the best of luck with the renovations and adjusting to living in Sweden! /Karin in Lappland
Hoppas ni får en superfin kväll! Du är verkligen vacker oavsett om du ser lite trött ut. Du har en förmåga att bära upp allt, kläderna ser så fina ut. Kram
Hej Stina! Tusen tack för en bra blogg, det är min absoluta favorit :) Det vore kul om du hade en frågestund nån gang. Hoppas din kväll blev underbar, kram /Ingrid
I forgot to sign my comment concerning the fact not to 'make' a 3rd child so happy to find back M!Hugs Uta
I hope you have a nice weekend:) And what a gorgeous outfit...wow!