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Matching Family Christmas Pajamas 2021 – Sunday’s with Santa

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Welcome to our first weekly edition of Sunday’s with Santa! Okay, we know this seems a little early to be sharing matching family Christmas pajamas. We would tend to agree with you, but hear us out. So many companies have been expressing delays in production and when things sell out they are unsure of when it will be restocked. For example, I wanted to buy Everett a sweater and have it monogrammed. I made the mistake of waiting and now they are sold out and don’t know when they will receive more. The same goes for a gift I wanted to order for him for his birthday. It is completely sold out and they don’t know when it will be restocked. I even received an email from a company specifically about holiday pajamas and suggesting to order them soon to be on the safe side.

We want to make sure we are ahead of the game so we don’t run into anymore issues. If you follow us on Instagram you may have seen our stories asking you all what gift guides you were interested in this year. One of those items were matching family Christmas pajamas. And we are totally on board! We like to think that we helped start this trend as it is a Christmas tradition we have been doing for years.

I remember growing up when mom would put a pair of new pj’s on my bed Christmas Eve. We always open presents Christmas morning, but it was the first gift I would receive. It’s something we still do to this day and I’m excited to add Everett to the tradition of holiday family matching pajamas.

Our first Christmas with Everett:

There are just way too many cute designs this holiday season. It’s going to be so hard to decide which matching family Christmas pajamas we’re going to go with this year. Let us know which ones are your favorite in the comments below. Also, is this a family tradition you do too? We’d love to know!

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