Our Christmas Tradition: Matching Family Holiday Pajamas
Sponsored with love by The Company Store
For as long as I can remember, my sisters and I all wore matching pajamas on the night of Christmas Eve and when we woke up to our gifts on Christmas morning. We’re all adults now but to this day, we still match every single year. And once Ava was born, we added her into the mix, too, of course.
So this year will be no different — All of the Lundgren girls will wake up Christmas morning in matching family holiday pajamas and it’s a tradition we just love and will never ever stop.
You all know I love matching Ava. We match at least a couple times a week and you’d better bet I plan on matching baby boy as soon as he arrives too. Because of course, boys can match their mamas too ;) But the one person I have not yet convince to match us is my husband. Frank is not the biggest fan of matching us (we shall see if that changes when his little prince arrives) but look what I got him to do….
He’s matching us!
I acn’t believe he agreed to this but can you tell how happy this made me? So happy. So this may have been just for photos becasue he loves me so dang much but I’m hoping he will continue with the love and match us all on Christmas too. We shall see!
The Company Store has so many darling festive holiday family matching pajamas to choose from. Like so many! And yes, they’ve got them for pups too (woohoo!) so Baxter even got to wear some jammies this year, that lucky pup.
Matching Family Pajamas for A Cause
This year The Company Store is doing something extra special and giving back to the community. For very pair of family pajamas purchased, now until December 16th, The Company Store will be donating $1.00 to the Ronald McDonald House® New York. A dollar for every single purchase and that, my friends, is how you can make a difference this holiday season and look super cute while doing it.
So who’s with me??
Click that link below to browse all of The Company Store’s
matching family pajamas
and shop for a cause!
This is a yearly tradition that once you start, you’ll never want to stop.