Tuesday, November 29, 2011


I need this in a 42T.  That is 42 Toddler.  Seriously there are days when my legs give way, like this morning, that I feel like a toddler again.

I told my husband this morning I need a size 42T.  He asked me what that was and I explained baby sizing to him.  There are 2T, 3T and 4T which are all ages with corresponding T's next them for toddler. 

He then wanted to know, he knows nothing about babies mind you, what the Toddler part was doing next to the age/size.  I explained it means that the outfits normally have more in the butt areas for a diaper since most of the children are still potty training at that age.

So I need a 42T since at my age when I have a cold and a full bladder its "look out!" if I don't get to the bathroom quickly enough, I might have a few drops come out.  Oh and with the endometriosis I swear I need a diaper for all that blood.  So yes, I want a 42T.

I imagine a 42T would look much like the above photo.  Its rather cute too.  Or I could just go with one of those lazy outfits that looks like fleece jammies that they sell on television now.  You've seen the ones where they are actually wearing them in public.  The Forever Lazy pajamas.  I don't think I could bring myself to wear something like them in public.  Maybe at home on really lazy, I'm sick don't get near me fibromyalgia days.  But in public?  Hell NO!!

Unfortunately I've seen many folks wearing their pajamas to the military Exchange and to the Commissary.  What were they thinking?  Our post facilities are starting to look like they are over run by Wal-mart oddities.

Leave the jammies at home unless you can completely disguise them as regular street clothes.


  1. Okay, is this a dig because I am wearing Sam's pajama pants out from time to time? I have a very limited wardrobe at the moment and an even more limited budget. So, I'm making what we have and what fits, work.

    And I look pretty cute in them. Big belly and all.

  2. Maybe a Snuggie could do a in a pinch? : )

  3. Cousin Niki, I have no clue what you look like right now nor what you were wearing when I made this posting. I wasn't trying to insult you.

  4. People wear pyjamas out here, too. Even though it's cold and, for the most part, pouring rain. I thought it was just a local thing, but evidently not! They must be freezing.


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