10 Days of Christmas PJs! Day 4: 2004
In 2004 money was tight we had just bought a new home and in a spontaneous move (that wasn’t great financially but exactly what I needed emotionally) bought a dog. I was afraid that I wasn’t going to be able to continue our Christmas PJs tradition that year. My aunt gave me the money to buy the pajamas. I had waited so late in the season to get pjs that there wasn’t much left 😦 This was the first and only year that we had Christmas nightgowns instead of pajamas. They were pretty red nightgowns with holly and the words “peace”, “love”, and “happiness” on them.
For some reason there are only a few dark fuzzy photos and we didn’t even attempt to get a group picture. In these photos you can only see Aunia sitting on the floor in her Santa hat and unwrapping gifts. In the last photo either my sister or I are sitting on the sofa, but the image is too dark and fuzzy to tell who it is. I think it looks more like me, but considering the picture was taken with my camera…I might’ve been the one behind the camera while my sister’s on the sofa. Either way I’m sure that you don’t care, so here are the pictures already…
10 Days of Christmas PJs:
Day 1: 2001
Day 2: 2002
Day 3: 2003
Day 4: 2004 You are here 😉
Day 5: 2005
Day 6: 2006
Day 7: 2007
Day 8: 2008
Day 9: 2009
Day 10: 2010 Part 1
Day 10: 2010 Part 2 Still to come!
If you’re looking for ideas for your Christmas PJs tradition check out my post 10 Ways to Shake Up Your Christmas Pajamas Tradition
What are your Christmas pajamas traditions?
Other Christmas Posts
*Dear Santa: Part 1 Writing a Letter to Santa
*Dear Santa: Part 2 Mailing a Letter to Santa
*Dear Santa: Part 3 Paper for Writing to Santa: Free printables and more!
*Dear Santa: Part 4 Emailing a Letter to Santa
*My Letter to Santa 1984
*10 Ways to Shake Up Your Christmas Pajamas Tradition
*Phone Calls from Santa
*Uncle Ugly’s Christmas Sweater Jamboree Rules
*Uncle Ugly’s Christmas Sweater Jamboree 2010 Photos and Winners
*Traditions, Truces, and Cartoon Moments
*Food as Tradition: Norwegian Butter Cookies
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