View Poll Results: Do your kids do school work in their pajamas?

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    Do your kids do school work in their pajamas?

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    Yep. One of many perks of homeschooling. They are 8 and 13 right now. As they get older, I will probably put more emphasis on a more responsible routine, but for now I think it's fine. An added bonus? The days they get to stay in their pajamas are generally the days I get to stay in mine.
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    PJ's for me usually consists of a Tee shirt, so yes.
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    Tuesdays and Thursdays are usually days when we stay at home, with no other activities scheduled. We have a pretty relaxed dress code on those days!
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    We generally have no outside commitments on Tues, Wed, and Friday, so those day we have optional dress code for my daughter. Her pj's generally consist of yoga pants and tshirt so she is decent. I dress every day because I can't risk in-laws coming over and me without foundational garments and clothes I can wear outside, after all, we live on a farm.
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    With 3 teens who like to sleep a lot (statistics say NEED), I'm happy if they just wake up to do basic core subjects like math. So I don't mind if they're in their pajamas or doing their work upside down, as long as they do it and do some reading. lol.

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    Days we don't go anywhere... Definitely pajamas! My senior daughter's favorite part of being homeschooled!
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    My son sleeps in his clothes (mostly t shirts and elastic waist shorts.) He has some dressier clothes, but never wears them more than a few hours at a time. Depending on how you look at it, he's either "almost always" or "never" wearing pajamas!

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