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View Poll Results: A lighthearted question: Do your children do school in their pajamas?

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    Default Do your children do school in their pajamas?

    It's a common assumption about homeschooled children: They all do school in their pajamas!

    Do yours?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hearthstone_academy View Post
    It's a common assumption about homeschooled children: They all do school in their pajamas!

    Do yours?
    Until he was in high school, my oldest liked to hang out in his sweats. My second- not so much. My youngest- hardly ever.

    So, I have one that when in grade school would have qualified for usually.

    I have one that when in grade school would have qualified somewhere between sometimes and not very often.

    I have one that would be somewhere between not very often and never.

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    Any part of their school that does not require them to leave the house, is done is PJs. Every day. I just feel fortunate that they are wearing anything (why do boys of all ages feel SO comfortable walking around in just their boxers?? lol). They are 7 and 12, so it's not like they are scooting around in footy pajamas or anything.
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    I put never because my son refuses to wear pajamas. He either sleeps in his underwear and a t-shirt or in sweats and a t-shirt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fairylover View Post
    I put never because my son refuses to wear pajamas. He either sleeps in his underwear and a t-shirt or in sweats and a t-shirt.
    LOL! Then, I should also say never about my oldest, because this describes him exactly. I just called his favorite giant, old soft T and sweats his pajamas.
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    Ok, I said sometimes but have to qualify that, it is usually t-shirt and panties, with a blanket wrapped around her waist or if I'm really lucky it is riding breeches and a t-shirt, or leggings and a tshirt. Since she sleeps in this as well as wears it around the house I guess it qualifies as pj's.
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    Years ago we probably did more often, but now it is very rare. OK, today is one of those rare days for ME. Really, my son never does but my daughter will sometimes.

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