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Poll Results: What do you wear at night?

 
  • 22% (55)
    nothing
  • 13% (33)
    topless, but with pants/bottoms/underwear
  • 38% (96)
    fully covering pj's
  • 26% (65)
    other
249 Total Votes  
post #41 of 81
I voted other. Tank and shorts. Sometimes tank and undies.
post #42 of 81
other-another shirt/skivvies wearer.
post #43 of 81
I can't imagine sleeping naked. 1. I hate my body 2. I hate the feel like everything is lose and just flapping around

I love to wear shorts and tank to bed
post #44 of 81
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Originally Posted by rowansmomCT View Post
I can't imagine sleeping naked. 1. I hate my body 2. I hate the feel like everything is lose and just flapping around...
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post #45 of 81
It varies, but anything from full pjs to totally naked. Usually naked, but I am starting to have some crotch kicking issues.
I like to sleep topless though because that means that my dd can easily nurse at night without me having to do much, often I will wake up, notice she is nursing, and go back to sleep.
I think topless sleeping saves my sanity.
post #46 of 81
Other: Usually a loose-fitting t-shirt & panties. THere have been nights of frequent nursing that I've ditched the top, of course. It's amazing how much a plain old comfortable shirt can feel like a straight-jacket when you're groggy and struggling.
post #47 of 81
I'm another one that cannot sleep with any clothes on, well undies are okay but no shirt or bottoms... it would drive me nuts and make nursing difficult.
post #48 of 81
I don't wear anything. sometimes socks, if it's cold, but those usually get kicked off at some point. I hate sleeping with clothes on.
post #49 of 81

RE: What do you weat at night?

Its cold enough that with the lighter bedding and my tendancy to want to be very warm to sleep I sleep in Pj top and bottoms with some light weight blankets. Average winite night is probibly around -15 or less here and we are in a basement suite.
post #50 of 81
T-shirt (usually dh's) and sweat pants. Also sweat shirt if it is cold. Summer, T-shirt and panties. I like having clothes on in case there is a middle of the night emergency (during the war this summer I went to bed with shoes on one night so I could run to the shelter if needed) or whatever. Also, I can go straight to my exercise class this way and shower afterwards. Of course, dh hates this arrangement.
post #51 of 81
It depends.
On cold nights I wear long underwear. On warm nights I go naked.
For a long time I had to wear a shirt or sports bra to bed because we'd nightweaned and having my breasts out in the open kept luring Denali into temptation, LOL!
post #52 of 81
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Originally Posted by ecoteat View Post
Me too! If it's too hot for pants I'll put the sheet or my nightgown between my legs. Now, when it's cold (it's often in the 50s in the bedroom by the time the woodstoves die down in the morning) and I'm nursing, I wear flannel bottoms and a long sleeve t-shirt.
Me three! (DH reckons I'm strange for this - now I can tell him it's not just me!) At the very least, I have to wear boxer shorts - and we also have the crotch kicking happening here

Baggy old t-shirt unless it's a big nursing night (teething etc).

Brooke
post #53 of 81
nada. I HATE the feeling of bunched-up pjs.:
post #54 of 81
I have always slept with just undies, dh too. But that was with ds #1 and he was okay with covers on him. As he got older I switched to a Hanna longsleeved cotton gown my mil bought me. Ds#2 kicks all the blankets off and I end up freezing, so it's fully covered for me again:
post #55 of 81
pj's, which is a tank top and flannel pants. I have to get up and pee once a night, can't imagine flashing my grandpa down the hall if he gets up too!
post #56 of 81
i love my comfy cozy flannel jammies.

in the summer, i wear light cotton ones, though.
post #57 of 81
I voted other. Usually it's t-shirt and underwear for me.
post #58 of 81
Shirt and undies
post #59 of 81
I'm usually a naked sleeper, but DS likes to do the climbing kick thing (he kicks like he's trying to climb up to the breast). I wear underwear just to keep from getting more of painful kick, kwim?
post #60 of 81
t-shirt and undies
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