What's the big deal about Young Living

How Do You Know…

…when it’s time to quit handing down the hand me downs?

That’s how!

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  1. the momma says:

    we had some like that when I was growing up (I was only #3 – so I don’t know that I had them… :-)
    I can remember my mom cutting the feet off & they just kept on wearing them.
    We’ve got a picture of my youngest brother – maybe 4 years old – wearing thinning pink fuzzy footyless pj’s.
    I’m not sure that I’d go that far…

  2. watchthesky says:

    There is always duct tape. :)

  3. Nahh….it’s summertime, just call it “ventilation”

  4. I think there’s a little wear left, don’t you????

  5. Michelle says:

    Let her pick out her favorite fabric and make patches for them! Then she’ll feel like they are special just for her.

  6. I like Michelle’s patch idea. We had a comfy adorable fleecy white pair of pajamas. I had to hide them from #3 and throw them away. It was kinda sad to see them go. Each kid wore them so much.

  7. HAHA, we cut the feet off of some of those pajamas. He just wore some socks to bed.

  8. Threeundertwo says:

    I always just cut the feet off when the toes started poking out. I have pictures of the kids with pajamas so small that once the feet were off, the elastic was practically at their knees. Oops. I’m surprised they didn’t walk like hunchbacks or need corrective shoes.

    Cute pictures!

  9. Pat's Place says:

    I remember those passed down among my four boys. I patched and patched those holes. I just stitched across the end of the foot with my sewing machine. Worked for a while.

  10. The Estrogen Files says:

    Oh yes, we’ve got some of those! I just hack the feet off when they get too holey…

  11. Aw, she’s adorable. Cute post!

  12. Headmistress, zookeeper says:

    We also just cut the feet off. Sometimes I added socks.=)

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