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Mason Dash Disick Steps Out in… PJs?! Kourtney Kardashian Must Really Have Pregnancy Brain

Mom Jeanine
March 13, 2012


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Now normally, Mason Dash Disick is one of the best dressed celebrity babies. From his leather loafers to his cool shades, Mason always looks sharp. Which is why when I saw this picture of him sporting PJs and infant UGG boots, I thought “Hmm.”

For some reason, when I see kids–especially walking toddlers!–hanging out in their pajamas, it’s just seems odd to me. In my mind, PJs are for the house. I’m also a bit of a germaphobe, so all my icky sensors go off at the thought of a kid–or anyone, for that matter–climbing into bed in the same clothes they wore outside.

I will admit, however, that Mason looks adorable as always. I just think if Kourtney pulled herself together so nicely, why let Mason rock out in his pajamas?

What about you? Do you let your tot walk around outside in his/her pajamas? I think it’s because I live in a big city, but I never let my daughter out the house in PJs. Share your thoughts in the comments

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  • Rachelb
    March 13, 2012

  • Are you kidding me?!! Parents have to pick their battles. If my kid insists in weari g her favorite pjs outside, fine by me. That doesn’t mean she’ll be sleeping in them until they are washed again. I’m not even a Kardashian “fan” but what I can’t stand is mom-judgement. Being a parent is hard enough without people judging you.

  • HilLesha
    March 13, 2012

  • I see it all of the time and I live in a city, too. Personally, I don’t see what the big deal is. :)

  • Elizabeth Bram
    March 13, 2012

  • If wearing her PJs is the price I have to pay to get my daughter to walk the dog with me in the early morning then so be it! I live in the city, and no one bats an eyelash on the street or at the corner Starbucks, because she’s far from the only one.

  • Momof3
    March 13, 2012

  • I agree. With all the cute (and comfy) kids clothes out there, why leave the house in sleepwear? Granted, we don’t know where they are going. I have taken my kids to morning Pajama Playdates or to the doctor when they are sick in pjs, but if they are just taking a walk or running errands, it’s a good opportunity to teach kids to take pride in their appearance and look nice when leaving the house.

  • JoAnne
    March 13, 2012

  • Who cares?!? Kids are only young once. If my daughter’s want to wear PJs out in public I could care less. Let them have fun and make some decisions on their own! I’ve taken my daughter out with tutus, dance outfits, princess dresses and everything else over her clothes, etc. and she is always so happy she gets to pick her “outfit”.

  • weRnot THEsame
    March 13, 2012

  • OMG PJs are NOT for public wear!!!! It’s a disgusting habit and quite ugly looking and LAZY! PJs are for sleep and lounging in the house. All those that say it’s okay … Just get a jogging outfit … It would be more acceptable and not nasty. REALLY!

    BTW, her life is NOT that hectic that she can’t put him in some shorts and a shirt.

  • Ash
    March 13, 2012

  • Wow – these blogs are so judgemental. Being a mom is tough enough without all this judgement and ridicule. You don’t know if they were clean when she put them on him or if she will have him change into clean jammies tonight. You don’t know what else was going on so why pass judgement and encourage other moms to do the same? Seems like incredibly immature, Mean-Girl mentality and I want no part of that. Where do I unsubscribe?

  • Princessunshine
    March 13, 2012

  • I live in the city. I really do not care because I walk my dogs sometimes in my pj’s and would dare someone to say something to me. Mason is regardless.

  • kt
    March 13, 2012

  • Like RachelB said, pick your battles. And if my daughter wore pjs out, I would certainly change her into new pjs before bed that night.

  • Lore
    March 13, 2012

  • I would prefer to have my son wear something appropriate to go outside but we all know how toddlers are when and how they want something. I agree with “pick your battles” Maybe she was in a hurry or on her way to grandma’s

  • Sansa
    March 13, 2012

  • Totally agree with picking your battles. As a mom of 2 under 2, I don’t make a big deal out of the fact that my toddler wants to wear her comfy Thomas the tank engine or donate explorer pajamas out. Let’s not judge others and we’ll all be better off for it.

  • Sandra
    March 13, 2012

  • Oops, sorry for the typos, my iPad does this auto correct thing. Meant to say Dora the explorer, not donate explorer, lol. And my name is Sandra, not Sansa. :)

  • Christy
    March 13, 2012

  • With a headstrong toddler, sometimes you have to pick your battles! And someways going out in pjs is the least of a Mom’s concerns. You could have a tired or under-the-weather kid who gets comfort from his favorite pjs.

  • Andria
    March 13, 2012

  • Oh..come on, this is nit picking at best…don’t you have anything better to write about. I suppose your kid never lived in thier favorite spider man costume, or princess gown. It’s no big deal, and I believe it encourages immagination.

  • JoeyDeez
    March 13, 2012

  • I agree with everyone else. How judgemental do you want to be writer. Far out! I see kids in their jammies all the time out and about, if my my son wants to go out in his jammies or be dressed as bumble bee I’m going to let him. I’m def not going to let him wear them to bed that’s for sure & I hardly think Kourtney would either. Let kids be kids!

  • SDL
    March 14, 2012

  • I let my toddler pick out his own clothes 80% of the time. If that means his favourite PJ’s go on, then fine. I’m more concerned with him making choices for himself, having fun and being a kid. Would I like for him to wear some of the ‘nicer’ clothes he has? Sure. But why fight over it when he’s clean, taken care of, and looks happy? Just to add to all the judgments being passed, why does this author continually nitpick on irrelevant issues? And how tightly wound is she???

  • Jo
    March 14, 2012

  • Regarding the nitpicking and judgement from the author, if you read her posts regularly you will find this is the norm for her. She is either extremely judgmental on purpose to increase her reading traffic and comments or she is a huge *itch in real life. I am regularly offended by her posts, but I still come back and read them just to see how others react, so I guess she is doing her job!

  • Heather
    March 15, 2012

  • Mason is at the age where you really have to pick and choose your battles. At least he’s dressed. Most moms are looking at this post like, “You have got to be kidding me!” I think you need new material. Just my opinion. I like and will still probably read it, but stop bashing Kourtney. That girl is strong, but has had a rough road. You can bash her style all you want, but lay off of her kids. She’s doing the best she can.