Matching Family Christmas Pajamas on a Budget
Matching Family Christmas Pajamas is such a fun holiday tradition, and a favorite in our home! Open them the night you decorate the tree, on Christmas Eve, or anytime during the holiday season.
Having matching family Christmas pajamas is one of our family’s favorite annual Christmas traditions. For a long time we opened them on Christmas Eve, but several years ago I switched things around. Now we open them on the night we decorate the tree, which is typically the day after Thanksgiving. I LOVE doing it this way, because then we get to enjoy the pajamas for the entire holiday season. My kids love it too, and it makes our tree trimming day extra special. Decorating the tree, making sugar cookies, Christmas pajamas…you can’t beat it! But no matter when you open them, it’s a tradition to treasure, year after year. Plus…it makes super cute photos!
I usually start looking for pajamas the end of September/first of October, but you can find them into December well. The earlier you start, the more options you’ll have, but if you don’t get an early start, don’t worry! One great place to look is Amazon, because they’ll often have a pretty good selection for awhile longer than other places.
Christmas pajamas can really vary in price, but I’ve tried to choose ones with a budget-friendly price point.
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MATCHING FAMILY CHRISTMAS PAJAMAS
Red & Cream Stripes
I am IN LOVE with these pajamas. In fact, I bought them for our family for Christmas this year!! Love the style, the colors, and of course, the wide stripes.
Warm & Cozy
Winter is Coming
Christmas Trees/Plaid Bottoms
Have a Holly Jolly Christmas
Other ideas you might like…
- Snowball Cookies
- Christmas Kindness Countdown Chain
- Farmhouse Christmas Decor
- Festive Rudolph Pancakes
Kierste Wade is a published author, blogger, and mom to six. With more than 20 years DIY and project experience, she has been sharing ideas on her blog since 2009. Focusing on simple and doable projects, she loves to share attainable ideas for all things home, holidays, and family. Kierste has been featured on Better Homes and Gardens, HGTV, American Farmhouse Magazine (print and online) Taste of Home, Country Living, and more.