Why Your Daylight Saving Checklist Should Include a New Pair of Kids’ Pj’s
November 1, 2015 - fall Denim
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Are we prepared for one of fall’s busiest weekends? Added to a fad of Halloween and a New York City Marathon is Daylight Saving Time. As a clocks tumble behind an hour, it’s not usually a good time to reinstate a batteries in fume detectors, though also a good time to ascent your kids’ pajama game.
The colder it gets, a cozier small ones should be; either in tried-and-true red plaid flannels, a storybook lace-collared nightgown, or organic footed onesies. As good as fending off Jack Frost, keep in mind that these pj’s can be rarely photogenic, too. Think of all a Instagrammable print ops: Staying adult late to watch A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving for a first, or tenth, time; Christmas morning; a past-their-bedtime pajamaed float home from Grandma’s house. These are a moments when sauce down can liven adult a occasion.