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23-07-2015 21:34 #41
23-07-2015 23:05 #42Senior Member
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Yes, and have done it. My dd loves to dress up. I got her superman pj from the shop and she proudly had them on before we had even paid for them. With my first children I was so paranoid about washing everything first, I have relaxed a little bit about that, even though deep down I would love to wash first.
Actually my Dd wore pj's out on the weekend to the mid winter festival we went to. They are only kids once let them enjoy life. Most of them won't be doing it when they are older, there is no way my older kids would do it.
photo from the weekend. She looks mad because her stringy parents would not let her get her face painted because the line was so long the whole time we were there.
23-07-2015 23:14 #43Senior Member
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No. DD has more fashion sense than that lol. She wouldn't even ask because pj's are for bed and she knows it. She'd just be really eager to get ready for bed lol
24-07-2015 06:09 #44
I dont think my DDs would ever ask to wear PJs out, they also think that PJs are for bed time, & they want to wear 'pretty' dresses and skirts every day. That being said, if they wanted to, sure! I would have no problem with it. Being dragged around the shopping centre all day with me is no fun at all. If something like this made it a bit more enjoyable for them, why not!
24-07-2015 06:25 #45
I don't think it's a big deal.
Gosh. ..pj's are so comfy if it was socially acceptable for me to wear them out I probably would. I often see kids at shops dressed in superman or batman etc.
I like DD to look pretty. ... but if she wanted to wear her pj's then so be it. Lol.
24-07-2015 06:37 #46
Yes because I have more important things to care about. That being said I don't think either of my two would ask.
24-07-2015 07:36 #47
No I haven't, but if it saved a total meltdown then Yep I totally would!!
24-07-2015 08:01 #48
If DD asked, I'd probably say they're for bedtime, and that'd be the end ofit.
If she REALLY wanted to, then yeah, I don't see the issue.
24-07-2015 08:14 #49
Its a superman outfit-who cares if its 'supposed' to be pjs..! What a horrid woman for even bothering to comment.
My little brother was OBSESSED with toy story when he was little, and wouldnt go anywhere unless he was in his buzz lightyear suit, complete with wings. Eventually we just gave up and let him be a kid, and save our time fighting it lol. We got tonnes of strange looks. Let kids be kids, who cares how they dress!
24-07-2015 09:42 #50Senior Member
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My son isnt old enough yet, but yeh id let him. I figure theres worse things to worry about, other battles to fight, whats the point in worry about something harmless like that - as long as he actually wears clothes in public, lol, im not too worried what he actually wears. Plus if it puts a smile on someone elses face thats always a good thing
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