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Hide the Scissors!

Ladies, we all know it’s just good common sense to keep scissors out of the reach of our young children, but I think there’s a case to be made for also keeping them out of the reach of husbands…

Notice anything a bit “off” with those sleeves? Perhaps the frayed and jagged edges? Yeah. Nick decided one night (when I wasn’t home, I might add) that the boys didn’t have enough summer PJ options (they certainly did have enough), so he found some light-weight, but long sleeve and pant combos and took the scissors to them.

Yep. I grew up wearing cut-off jean shorts (that were at least considered “in” at the time) and my children are growing up wearing cut-off PJs.

Jackson (on the left) has the shortest of the cut-offs. They are way too short in the back. We’re talking Daisy Duke’s short. It was comical to watch him walk around last night!

At least Chase’s cut-offs are a more acceptable length. Still, the jagged edges and the fact that I know they’re supposed to be pants bothers me to no end.

And Tyler was already dressed when I snapped this picture this morning, but I didn’t have the heart to tell him he couldn’t be in the picture. 🙂

Ladies, hide the scissors next time you leave the house for an extended amount of time!

  • August 25, 2011 - 5:10 pm

    deb - So funny! This reminds me of that commercial that comes on the radio where the mom says, “don’t wake dad up from his nap. he’s less dangerous that way”. They look cute no matter what they’re wearing!ReplyCancel

  • August 25, 2011 - 6:43 pm

    Stephanie - Little Happys - I love the look on Jackson’s face! Combined with the pose, it looks like he is full of mischief and ready for trouble!ReplyCancel

    • August 25, 2011 - 9:43 pm

      Helen - Ha! Oh yes, he’s always ready for trouble!ReplyCancel

  • August 25, 2011 - 8:48 pm

    Emily - I’m glad to see that it’s not only my kids that wear mismatched pajamas. It drives me crazy when I’m trying to fold laundry but it pleases them to no end.ReplyCancel

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