Yes, we are well aware that there are several fun things you can do in your pajamas, but this happens to be a family friendly show, and we’re aiming to keep it that way. This was an idea we picked up at a speaking gig, and found its way onto our book, There’s An Adult In My Soup. You may remember doing something similar as a kid, but we like the element of surprise that this idea includes.
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We did a similar pajama thing on Christmas night. For Christmas all our kids got a new set of PJs but we didn’t let them open them until right before dinner time. They wanted to know what was in those packages all day long.
We had them try them on then surpised them by demanding they ‘load up’ in the van, and went to Waffle House for dinner.
It was awesome. I was 38 weeks pregnant and wore one piece long-john type pajamas. It had fat stripes across it and Cubby said I looked like I was a Whoville character.
We got a lot of stares and giggles.
The kids thought we were crazy.
I highly suggest it to everybody.
The ice cream run reminded me of some of the fun things we used to do in the dorm when I was in college. We had several root beer float parties in the middle of the night. One time our floor and our sister floor all went to a restaurant at midnight. There were so many of us that they couldn’t seat us right away…so a bunch of us played Duck Duck Goose outside (downtown no less) while we were waiting.