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Old Aug 10th 2007, 1:55 pm
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Was working late night at Whitfords last night amd was amazed to see so many little kids, out with their parents, in just their PJ's.
Is it just me or do others find this odd??
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Was working late night at Whitfords last night amd was amazed to see so many little kids, out with their parents, in just their PJ's.
Is it just me or do others find this odd??
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and still i'm amazed at the bare feet
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and still i'm amazed at the bare feet
Though maybe it was just me that thought this is odd!! The only time my kids had their PJ's on was when they were bathed and ready for bed!!! maybe I am just oldfashioned!!! LOL
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and still i'm amazed at the bare feet


Haven't seen many in bare feet, but usually on the early morning school run.I'll often see a young chinese lad in his Jim Jams.

Or should I say being wedge by his,as there well over his top and rather on the high waisted side.

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Haven't seen many in bare feet, but usually on the early morning school run.I'll often see a young chinese lad in his Jim Jams.

Or should I say being wedge by his,as there well over his top and rather on the high waisted side.

Well if your old fashioned then so am i I dont let my kids out in Jim Jams either, or bare feet

oh if you want to see loads of shoppers in bare feet head to either Armadale Shopping centre, Gosnells, Kelmscott and you even get a few in Midland!
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Was working late night at Whitfords last night amd was amazed to see so many little kids, out with their parents, in just their PJ's.
Is it just me or do others find this odd??
Thought that this was going to be a thread about Knightrider. Or Sir Lancelot.
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Thought that this was going to be a thread about Knightrider. Or Sir Lancelot.
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Was working late night at Whitfords last night amd was amazed to see so many little kids, out with their parents, in just their PJ's.
Is it just me or do others find this odd??
Nah, it's cool Sandra.
I must admit I wouldn't bother doing this at Whitfords as it's just hectic, but if it was late and I needed something, I wouldn't think twice about taking the kids in their jarmmies... not my eldest as she'd be too shy though. Usually they fall asleep in the car and then you can just transfer them sleeping to their bed.
You should try it with Jake and Toby

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Was working late night at Whitfords last night amd was amazed to see so many little kids, out with their parents, in just their PJ's.
Is it just me or do others find this odd??
Were they in full armour? With headgear and shields? Thought those suits of armour for knights came with footwear?
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Geez, here we go again...
Who really cares if people don't wear shoes? Does it really truly matter THAT much?
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Was working late night at Whitfords last night amd was amazed to see so many little kids, out with their parents, in just their PJ's.
Is it just me or do others find this odd??
I saw an adult in Currambine market car park last year, in his dressing gown and slippers!
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and still i'm amazed at the bare feet
I know, it's horrible...

...and some of the men look like hobbits

Don't like to see young children with bare feet. You don't know what's on the ground. They could cut themselves! Also doesn't give the growing bones in their feet much support
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Geez, here we go again...
Who really cares if people don't wear shoes? Does it really truly matter THAT much?
It's a matter of opinion.......which is what this forum is all about......geez
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Was working late night at Whitfords last night amd was amazed to see so many little kids, out with their parents, in just their PJ's.
Is it just me or do others find this odd??
I must be odd then - if i am heading out shopping late in the evening then i bath my youngest two and put them in their pjs before we go (with a jumper on if it is a bit chilly). That way when the fall asleep in the car on the way home i can stick them stright in bed.

I dont take them out barefoot thought - just put on a pair of socks and thier shoes (although they are both running around the garden as we speak in bare feet)
Mind you they are 2 and 4 - wont be doing this in a couple of years time!

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Originally Posted by sj oldfield View Post
Though maybe it was just me that thought this is odd!! The only time my kids had their PJ's on was when they were bathed and ready for bed!!! maybe I am just oldfashioned!!! LOL
No your just old
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