Living in Our Pajamas for the HolidaysMegan Jordan
Christmas vacation is here and we are embracing the most glorious of holiday traditions:
living in our pajamas! Yay!
We adore holiday breaks. We eat up every moment.
The last day of school was a “Read-In. 1 of 8The kids wore pajamas and brought blankets and pillows, along with their favorite holiday book to read.
Talk about starting Christmas vacation off right: 2 of 8the kids slept in their pajamas, rolled out of bed in what they would wear to school, and then came home and were instantly cozy for relaxing.
But its more than that. Pajamas all day during the holidays mean home. 3 of 8They mean security. I don't need to tell you how much that means right now. Everything slows down.
In pajamas all day, you just are. 4 of 8Nowhere to go. Nowhere to be. No last minute errands, no running out for one more thing.
You are… 5 of 8... comfy and cozy and snuggly. You are more prone to giving hugs and infinitely more huggable yourself. Or pillow-fight-able.
You are in for the day because you are rocking your pjs. 6 of 8
In a year when all I want for Christmas is more hugs, more giggles, more hand-holding and snuggles… 7 of 8… we are welcoming the spirit in pajamas. All day.
We wish you happy holidays and a joyous New Year. 8 of 8
Snuggle closer with your loved ones this holidays season. Slow down and do nothing but listen to a crackling fire. Be in no hurry. Ask silly questions and find yourself fascinated by their responses. Look at your family with your whole heart so that they know they are truly seen.
Breathe them in and snuggle closer still.
Do you have a special love for holiday pajamas? Do you keep your family festively stylish during the holidays? We’re giving away three $50 Target gift cards to brighten the season! To enter for a chance to win, simply comment on this post with a personal tip on how you dress your children conveniently and with style—during the holidays!
A big thanks to Target for sponsoring this campaign. All pajamas in this post are from Target and we seriously love them. The skull and crossbones robe in the 2nd and 3rd photos? Huge hit. Huge. Click here to see more of the discussion on kid style during the holidays.
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