10 Days of Christmas PJs! Day 9: 2009
2009 brought about more “new” for us. It was our first Christmas with the next generation, my daughter Adaline was almost 5 months old, and my sister was pregnant with her son. We took a group photo of all of us together in our jammies for the first time.
We ladies had knit pajamas with green tops and red, white, and green striped bottoms. There were candy canes on the tops which read “Holiday Sugar”. Adaline had a cute “1st Christmas” sleeper that was white with red stripes and had a few red and green presents on it. The little red hat that you’ll see her wearing was mine as a baby.
I had a harder time with the guys pajamas last year. I couldn’t find any pajama bottoms at all so I asked the guys to bring a pair from previous years (you’ll notice below that they each wore a different pair, one from each year, unplanned). I couldn’t find a top in my husband’s size either, so I had to get him a smaller size. He cut the sleeves off so that he would be more comfortable and then he and my cousin, Ben, tied the cut-off sleeves around their heads. Before the shirt was destroyed it was a green t-shirt with a gingerbread man with a broken leg that said “Oh snap!”. Tee-hee ;).
10 Days of Christmas PJs:
Day 1: 2001
Day 2: 2002
Day 3: 2003
Day 4: 2004
Day 5: 2005
Day 6: 2006
Day 7: 2007
Day 8: 2008
Day 9: 2009 You are here 😉
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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