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    Default Do you/would allow your kids to...

    Wear pj's that you have just brought while you were shopping for the rest of the day.
    So buy pj's at 9 am and let them wear them (over their clothes) until 3pm when you went home?

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    I haven't but I would. Especially if it meant no tantrum 😀

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    If it seriously saves a tantrum, i dont see the issue. They might love the pjs so much and are extremely thankful to you for buying them, they want to show you they will wear them lol

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    If she was absolutely insistent I probably would.

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    No but only as I'm too fussy with what he wears and I don't let him play/take out anything we've just bought until he gets home, I've always done that since he was little so he never asks , my mum definitely would and last time I picked him up from a sleep over at her place he was at the park with her accros the street in his pj,s - I was mortified but he thought it was the best day ever so I'll let her be the fun one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Myztiks#1Fan View Post
    If it seriously saves a tantrum, i dont see the issue. They might love the pjs so much and are extremely thankful to you for buying them, they want to show you they will wear them lol
    Or they might look like a superman costume. So they need to wear them.

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    We have. My dd got so excited over my little pony pjs that she wore them out regularly until she got over it. Meh. I pick my battles and that wasn't one of them.

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    yeah for sure

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    Only if my son put on his really cute face and bats his eye lids. He knows I can't say no to that face and that voice haha

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    To be honest....no. I just couldn't. If my 3 yr old DD wanted to I would have no qualms about saying no, and she knows it, so her protest would last all of 3 seconds.

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