Cute PJs to Ring in the New Year at Home (Because, Kids)

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For as long as I can remember, I’ve always had plans on New Year’s Eve. As a kid, we’d get together with our family friends to celebrate. As a teen and young adult, I went out with my own friends, and even once kids came along we managed to gather at parties and actually stay up past midnight to ring in the New Year.

That is until last year when our holiday travel plans had us flying cross country on New Year’s Eve. By the time we got home, we were too tired to watch the ball drop and we turned in early instead. We’re destined to repeat our ho-hum New Year’s again this year due to my husband’s travel schedule for work.

So I decided to make the best of it by treating myself to a new pair of PJs for our cozy night in. Here are my favorite options. 

I guess I’m not the first person to think of wearing special jammies on New Year’s Eve. There’s no question what these pajamas are for.

And for an ironic twist on the theme of New Year’s Eve pajamas, this shirt does the trick.

This cute sleep shirt is a little flirty and a little fun—just the right vibe for New Year’s Eve.

I’m sure champagne will taste extra good wearing a classy pair of black pajamas on New Year’s Eve.

Who needs a ball gown on New Year’s Eve when you can wear a slinky floor-length nightgown instead?

The sparkly stars on this robe will make any pair of pajamas more festive for the New Year.

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If you’ve been looking for an excuse to buy a kimono, New Year’s Eve seems like as good a reason as any. 

However you’re spending New Year’s Eve, I hope you have a happy one and that your kids sleep in for you on New Year’s Day!

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Rebecca is the former Managing Editor for both Mid-Peninsula Moms Blog and San Francisco Moms Blog. She and her husband moved to San Francisco from the East Coast in 2008 and love raising their two children in the city. Rebecca worked for two Fortune 500 companies in a variety of HR roles before surprising everyone, including herself, and leaving her job to stay home with her kids. She's written for a variety of online parenting publications including Scary Mommy, Motherly, and YourTango, but promises that she can talk about non-parenting stuff in real life. Follow her on social media at @rlang165 and on


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