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    Nope! But it's more because pjs & jocks are the only things I let my kids wear that are licensed - I hate any cartoon characters etc on clothing. So there's no way I'd let my kids out in lightening mcqueen pjs or whatever!

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    Well this was ds3 today. While he got lots of "OMG he is so cute", "hello superman" etc... One old lady said it was disgusting he was wearing pj's in public. To which I just laugh and keep going.

    So I wonder how other mums felt about the pj's in public thing.

    Oh and there was no tantrum involved just a "can I please" and a "sure".
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    No way, I wouldn't.

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    I totally would. I pick my battles and to me this one isn't worth it.

    I try never to buy something in front of him and then refuse to let him wear it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoveLivesHere View Post
    Well this was ds3 today. While he got lots of "OMG he is so cute", "hello superman" etc... One old lady said it was disgusting he was wearing pj's in public. To which I just laugh and keep going.

    So I wonder how other mums felt about the pj's in public thing.

    Oh and there was no tantrum involved just a "can I please" and a "sure".
    He looks fantastic and I bet felt great too!!!

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    I find it really bizarre when parents micromanage what their kids wear. If it makes kids happy to wear a mismatched outfit that they chose out, I don't see any harm in it!

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    I would too, I remember when DS was little he insisted on wearing superman pjs and gumboots out.. he thought he was marvellous

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    Sure why not? It's not hurting anyone.

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    My dd wears hats, sunglasses and accessories when we go out. She feels amazing and her confidence shines through. She's little and this world can be so harsh, it's something small that makes her happy.

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    Of course I would he's my baby, and although he's only 1 he knows how to drop his bottom lip and get anything he wants from mummy


 

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