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Valentines Day Jammies for Kids

I have a slight obsession with getting the boys matching holiday pajamas. To be honest, the brothers have spent most of their lives in pajamas since we're home most of the time and they're so cozy. And I have trained G to love his festive PJ's as much as I do. Then you add matching with brothers, and it's over. I can't, it's just too cute. 

Andrew sent me a Reel before Christmas that was a husband telling his wife not to go overboard on matching pajamas for Christmas. It couldn't have been more accurate for our house, so funny! 

So obviously, I needed to round up several cute options for Valentine's Day in case you haven't ordered them yet. 

On the pricey side, I LOVE Lake Pajamas. After years of wanting some for myself and not being able to pull the trigger, I finally got myself a pair that matched all the boys when I was pregnant with the twins, and they're my favorite. 

My favorite for the kids is Hannah Andersson. They have the cutest prints and I love the fabric. I usually try to size up in PJs for the boys and they last so long. G has had a few pair he's worn for 2 years that I still saved for Jack and Charlie because they're in great condition. 

Old Navy and Gap are my other favorites. They always have cute prints and are super affordable. They don't hold up as well over time, but for holiday jammies, that's fine. They'll last at least one season. 

Burt's Bees is another one that I buy often, they always have cute prints and are reasonably priced. Plus you can find them on Amazon which makes it all too easy. 

Little Sleepies I've purchased from once and they're so soft, and such cute and unique prints. And a few other options are Khol's, Carters and Target!

Happy Love month! I always try to make the holidays fun for the boys and do little things that make the ordinary feel special. Matching PJs, easy holiday craft projects, and heart shaped pancakes are all on my to do list in the coming weeks. 

What fun things do you do to make holidays feel special? I'm always looking for new ways to celebrate. This year my friend shared the idea to put a paper heart on their bedroom door each morning leading up to Valentines Day, with a reason why you love them. I knew Graham would love it, so I jumped on board this year. The first thing he asked this morning was why there were hearts on the door. Such a simple and fun way to celebrate. 

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