Wednesday, March 17, 2010

No Jeans of Shame

Ok, so I didn’t do it. Your advice was amusing, and I thank you for your deep thoughts regarding sleepwear masquerading as fashion. In the end, I couldn’t justify $60 to satisfy my curiosity. Now we’ll never know if the PajamaJean will bring forth the end of civilization, not unless it really does and we’re stuck cursing in the darkness while ensconced in comfy, comfy pants.

In other news, Nanny J had a theory that Buster was taking the theme of Old Hat, New Hat to heart. You may recall that it’s the Berenstain Bears story where a fellow goes to the hat shop to replace his battered headgear and rejects dozens of hats (too lumpy, too frilly, too holey, too silly) before locating the perfect item – his old hat.

Regardless, she managed to get the micro dude to wear his new socks yesterday. Woot! However, he refused to wear his new lightweight pajamas tonight in spite of the warm weather. (DIFF'RENT JAMAS!)

I went ahead and dressed him in his thick winter ‘jamas and placed the new ones in the corner of his bed. “Make friends with your new ‘jamas, ok?”

Maybe he’ll be willing to wear them tomorrow.


Cold Spaghetti said...

What!??? Okay, now I may have to buy a pair.

mayberry said...

We for some reason have a surfeit of little boys' pajamas. They are worn in many combinations, but almost never as a matched set.

Bob said...

Making new friend with PJ is a great idea.

Anonymous said...

I hope that the pajama bonding works for Buster. Trying to convince toddlers to change can be hard.

Asianmommy said...

Haha! My little one would only wear her no-sleeved nightie in the middle of winter, and then she complained that she was cold.