Christmas pants and dancing are inspired by a campaign with Joe Boxer at Kmart.
When my son was little he was obsessed with a certain Australian children’s singing group, and of all of the kid’s shows on TV, it was the least annoying for us and we actually found ourselves kind of liking it.
I said that out loud.
Don’t judge, I’m sure you do things that other people think are weird.
8 years later we still enjoy many of the songs on the DVD, but there has always been one standout song that has helped define a family tradition for us.
And one of my favorite fun and festive pajamas are Joe Boxer pajamas from Kmart. Joe Boxer pajamas are fun and festive and totally never boring. I’m not weird – I’m unboring. Just like Joe Boxer pajamas at Kmart.
Joe Boxer Pajamas have great styles for men, women and kids and they really have such an endless variety of different prints and patterns that you are sure to find the perfect pajamas for everyone in the family. Footie pajamas, robes, pajama sets and yes, CHRISTMAS PANTS!
I had so much fun shopping for my kids Christmas pajamas this year, and, as usual, they had so much fun not letting me actually take a normal photo of them. Every time I try and take pictures of them I get 400 pictures of them being goofy and 2 of them actually standing still and smiling.
I told him “don’t smile cheesy”. He clearly didn’t listen.
I told her to look at the camera and look happy. I guess 50% ain’t bad.
I explained to her that happy usually comes with a smile. I got this.
By this point I had given up.
Finally, some cooperation!
And now it’s time to dance. In Christmas pants. I’m sure they will hate me for this video one day, but that’s ok. The enjoyment I take from watching them is worth it.
We obviously like to have fun during the holidays and Joe Boxer does as well. Joe Boxer’s whimsical and humorous style shows through in their prints and patterns and in their advertising. They have two new commercials this holiday season that will add some fun to this festive time of year. Because everyone should dance in Christmas pants.