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    Pajama Day At School-what should they wear

    DD is in kinder and goes to a private school. Next week there is a pajama day and I will be away working on the East Coast. I want to ensure that she is sent to school stylin so I need to leave everything ready for daddy.

    Any suggestions? She has cute footed ones but I can't see being in those all day...Plus I don't want the kids to tease her. I sent a big bird spoon in her lunch and she said not to pack it again as everyone teased her...

    She loves Hannah M so should I pick up a cute set so that she can go to school in those. This is really important to me because my mom never cared about this stuff and I want her to feel special!

    Thanks in advance
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    Natalie Nicole born 3/1/04 through FET
    Julia Naomi born 4/22/06 through final FET
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    I sent our dd in a pair of flannel pj pants with a matching t-shirt looking top. They were cute pjs but still sort of looked like normal clothes. If she is into Hannah Montana I would think that would be a nice option...I know my dd would like it.
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    I didn't do foot pajamas because it's hot in school. Like Dana, my kids went in 2 piece flannel type pjs. (it was last year so I don't remember exactly what they wore now - but if they do it again this year I think they would wear their HSM pajamas).

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    I think the Hannah Montana would be just fine. When Sydney had it she went in her Christmas jammies that were not flannel. I would not suggest the footed ones because if they were to go outside, she would not have shoes on. I think most kids wouldn't wear that to school.
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    I didn't send J in foot pjs because it is so DIRTY in school! I sent him in Cars jammies last yr, with slippers. One boy wore a robe too. It was so cute to see them all dressed up!
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    Kari just had hers the week before spring break...she's in first grade. She has a cute tinkerbell nightgown that she wore with a pair of flannel sleep pants from target. She looked very cute. I think you should ask her...take her to Target or wherever and see if anything catches her fancy.
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    We just had one of these. They wear their PJ's. No need to go out and buy something fancy. K wore her Minnie Mouse ones from Disneyland. She was able to bring a blanky and pillow as well.


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    the school where i am a lunch aide at had a pj reading day and most of the girls came in cute pj set. pants with matching tops.


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    My kids both wore 2 piece flannel pj's.

    On a sidenote our school district has a rule that the kids must have shoes on at all times during school. Gym class they must have sneakers. In winter if the forget their shoes they have to wear their boots all day and they will miss gym too. Yuck! But my kids never forgot their shoes again.

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    I sent the boys in a running suit. Personally, I don't believe that people should see you in your bed clothes unless they are an overnight guest in your home. JMO
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