Christmas Pajamas + Holiday Home Decor

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Flannel Bottoms | Sleep Tee options: here and here | Slippers | Mug (current) | Blanket | Tray | Sheets | Pillow | Bedding

HOLIDAY HOME DECOR:

I was so inspired by the lovely Zoe, from Zoe With Love, during our holiday collaboration post, that I needed to try out some of her adorably festive decor. I added only a few small touches to our bedroom, but they made the whole room feel cozy and warm during the holiday. And these flannel sheets are so warm.

CHRISTMAS PAJAMAS:

When my sister and I still lived in the house we grew up in, we bought ourselves a pair of festive pajamas each year for Christmas. In true sisterly fashion, we usually got the same pair in different colors. Of course, to be extra cheesy, we wore these pajama sets to decorate the tree and, of course, open gifts on Christmas morning.

Even though we don’t share a bedroom anymore, and even though Christmas mornings are a lot different now than they used to be, I still like the tradition of wearing festive pajamas for the holiday. My husband laughs at (and only sometimes takes part) in my enthusiasm for Christmas. I’m big on creating and upholding traditions, even small ones like this.

The world is so full of violence and anger. To me, these little traditions are small steps in bringing people together, starting with your own family.

 

What traditions do you guys share over the holidays? I’d love to hear any or all of them!

 

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  1. Tracy Foster wrote:

    I’m a mom of two daughters in their twenties and we still get Christmas pajamas every year! Also, we always make sugar cookies even though we don’t have to leave any for Santa we still do along with milk and carrots fro the reindeers. Also, a must driving around to look at Christmas lights! Love your blog and style!! Merry Christmas

    Posted 12.18.15 Reply
    • Lauren wrote:

      What great traditions, Tracy! I love that you still put out cookies and milk for Santa and his reindeer! I’m a big advocate in the idea that we’re never too old to believe. There’s never too much magic in the world. :) Hope you and your family have a wonderful Christmas!

      Posted 12.19.15 Reply
  2. April Maddox wrote:

    Traditions are the red silky ribbons that bind each season of my life. Over time the ribbons fray and some are even replaced….circumstances. But there are the ones that are multi-generational…..those I cherish and I take the extra time and care to ensure, the best I can, to preserve them and prepare them for the generation next in line. It’s exciting when new traditions happen. It’s something special that hangs in a moment and you just know it’s happening….a new tradition! It just happened to us….last week. My daughter and I were making, baking and decorating our “traditional” sugar cookies when I pulled out a lobster cookie cutter I picked up while on vacation in August. Yep…we’re going to have fun all year looking for our 2016 sugar cookie cutter!

    Posted 12.18.15 Reply
    • Lauren wrote:

      What a fun new tradition, April! That’s such a great idea, and one that you guys will always be able to share. When Arnie and I went on our honeymoon, I wanted to pick up a Christmas ornament, even though it was in August. I love the idea of having an ornament that documents the special moments in our lives. Thanks for sharing!

      Posted 12.19.15 Reply

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