Tuesday, 8 July 2008

Mix and Match PJ

Oh, they are just so cute I had to take a snap of it.

I had once attempted getting them to pose for me, but Max got a bit upset that their PJs seemed a little confused.

This is what happens when your boys are quite close in age and you have a set of PJ that has very long pants but shrunken shirt!


JLow said...

At least you have 2 boys to share the clothes / pj's.

Caleb is still wearing his older sister's same pink pj's I posted a picture of the last time!

U.Lee said...

Hi Mommy, nice pic. Both snoring away too.
Just out of curiousity, the bedroom air conditioned?
I remember my very young days we had no air condition, and it was so hot and stifling with the heat and humidity...my mom told me she never made me (she sews all my pyjamas) any pyjama tops for me, only pants and from 3 years old would always sleep either in just pants and singlet or topless.

I guess that habit stuck with me till today...I have never owned a pyjama top. And my wife sews all my pyjama pants. In Summer I go topless sleeping, Winter, have on a short sleeve t-shirt.

Oh ya, incidentally, all homes here have warm air heaters, and the law requires temp in winter to be min 20'c.
We keep our temp around that...and my wife will just wear shorts and t-shirt at home cooking even though it might be snowing outside.
Hey, you should see the winter fashions here...you'll love it! Lee.

Ann said...

Aaawwww......totally adorable!!!

It is indeed an angelic sight - sleeping boys!!

mumsgather said...

Hahaha. Dunno why the pjs always seem to have long pants and shrunken shirts! I have the same problem but harder to do it this way becos I usually buy the typical pink blue for girl boy. I can let my girl wear blue but its funny to let the boy wear pink.

Moomykin said...


well, at least Caleb is only wearing pink at home. Hope he's not forced to wear his sister's hand-me-downs when you guys go out too..



We have air-con in the room, but I usually have it on a timer to turn off about an hour after the boys sleep. Max has very sensitive nose and will end up with a running nose if the room's too cold.

My mom used to sew our PJs too, until we grew older, stopped wearing them and just sleep in t-shirts and shorts.

Wow, there's a law about how warm to keep your place during winter? 20'c is a nice state. :)
I'm sure the winter fashion's fabulous. :)

Moomykin said...


I love staring at them when they're asleep. Must enjoy them while we can. Even though I stay home with them, I still feel like they are growing up so fast.



I for one have never really liked complying to the girlboy-pinkblue. I think as babies, they only had a few blues, but lots of those that would be for either gender.

Same as you, I do find it ok for girls to wear something not feminine, strange to put rather feminine clothes on the boys.

My MiL once got a pink t-shirt for Micah when he was small. Needless to say, he wore very little of that. There was also a hand-me-down t-shirt which I felt the cut was very feminine and refused to take it though badgered by my Mil to do so. Hahaha..

hissychick said...

That pic is just too cute for words!

Moomykin said...


I wish I could catch them standing side by side in their PJs.

Usually I will put these two PJs sets on them on the same night. :)