Wearing my pajamas in public?

No, not me! No way. It’s just not me to jump out of bed, sail out the door in my PJs, hair like a tornado, teeth unbrushed, nah, not even if I’m running late.

Well, first off, we have these handy little contraptions called alarm clocks to ensure we don’t oversleep and miss class. We factor in plenty of time (more than an hour) for rush hour traffic and of course, for dallying over breakfast, shower and getting ready.

My kids know the drill. No one skips breakfast or the shower. No one leaves the house in their PJs. Same rules apply on the weekend and on vacation when we’re staying at hotels. I’m not a tiger mom but we do have rules.

Well, I’ve seen one of my neighbors outside her house, and a woman at a nearby gas station at 7:30 in the morning in just their PJs and not much else in the way of… shall I say, support systems, and it really freaked me out! I don’t know, might be a good thing to keep the neighborhood G-rated, ya know 😆 .

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  • Camille

    I’ve done late night Taco Bell runs in my pjs. I’ve done CVS medicine runs in pjs. But I have NEVER ever gone out without a bra. 🙂

  • Kristen

    I saw a lot of pajama wearing when I taught college freshmen. All kinds of interesting clothes and the occasional bathing suit. The pajamas came out around midterms and finals.