I've discovered a growing trend in which children don't wear pajamas to sleep in at night. I've heard reasons supporting for and against this development. What do you think? Should they? Shouldn't they?
I've actually never heard of this, but it seems to me that it's another way to scare people about the health and well-being of their child. My son sometimes wears pajamas and other times he does not. It all depends on how the laundry is looking. I think the growth of a child solely comes from the genetics of the parents and nothing more.
Most say that it is just for convenience. Some of the kids just put on clean clothes before they go to bed, then wake up and are ready for the day.
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