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How to Survive Having to Wear Footies on Pj Day
Choose the right pajamas.Unless you're on your last pair of pjs, pajama day doesn't mean that you have to wear what you slept in the night before! Consider the pros and cons of your pajamas as you decide what to wear. The pjs you slept in may zip up in the back, but wearing ones with a front zipper will make PE changes and bathroom breaks easier. Pay similar attention to pattern and fabric: if you feel self conscious, try to avoid wearing childish patterns; if it is a hot day, stay away from fleece. Just make sure to clear the pjs you intend to wear with your parents first.
Don't skimp on hygiene.Just because you aren't changing out of your pajamas before you go to school doesn't mean you should skip the other parts of your morning routine. Make sure you brush your teeth and shower if you do that in the morning. Don't wear pajamas you've been wearing for multiple days either.
Make sure you have everything you need/want for the day.Aside from normal school supplies and homework, many schools allow you to bring blankets and stuffed animals on pajama day. If you are wearing slippers to school make sure you have sneakers for PE. If you're self-conscious, bringing and wearing a robe over your pajamas can make them look like pajama pants from a distance.
When you get to school, take off your coat and shoes and put on your slippers and robe if you packed them.If you are wearing back zip pajamas, don't forget to ask the nurse for a note for when you need to use the bathroom before class starts.
Be confident!You can rock pretty much anything as long as you wear it with confidence. Pajama day is all about comfort, it is not a fashion show. If someone starts to poke fun, you can remind them of that. Remember, at the end of the day, pajama days are only a few days out of a very long school year.
QuestionI want to wear my pajama slippers to school, but I don't want to get them dirty,any suggestions?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerBring your slippers to school in a backpack or bag of some sort and then change into them at school. This way they won't get dirty because you won't use them outside.Thanks!
QuestionCan I bring a stuffed animal with me on pajama day as well?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerYes, you can if you want to. It is not a requirement but it would definitely add to your outfit.Thanks!
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- If you are having trouble deciding which footies to wear, bring a spare set to change in to in your backpack.
- Ask your teachers if extra-credit is awarded for participating in pajama day.
- Consider joining the 'best pjs' contest if your school holds one. Winning may come with material rewards as well as improved confidence and many of your peers will think that you were wearing footies specifically for the contest.
- Avoid spills. As most footies are one-piece, they are not as easily swapped for clean clothes as many two-piece pajamas.
- Wear shoes or slippers on bare floors unless you have non-slip pajama feet for safety.
- Pajamas with built-in mittens should generally be avoided.
- Wearing no shoes/slippers can result in footies soles getting dirty on tile floors.
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