My kids haven't asked to be honest but given his pj's didn't look much different to a superman costume meh wouldn't be fussed. If it caused a tantrum to not wear them I'd probably not pick that battle to fight.
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24-07-2015 20:36 #61
24-07-2015 21:17 #62
My ds would wear pjs all day every day but I generally encourage him to get dressed if we are going out. Though a onesie/costume is a bit more fun than good old flanny pjs
Dd1 has a total aversion to pjs. I cant even get her in them most nights! So she usually sleeps in trackies and a long sleeve shirt. And then has to choose her own outfit every day. Shes 2 and gets herself dressed so comes out with some pretty funky combinations! Very strong willed!!
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