Does your family give pajamas as gifts for Christmas? We give our kids pajamas on Christmas Eve for fun and we usually get a pair to wear ourselves. Each year I try to do something different. Sometimes they match and other years they don’t. Having two boys and a girl is a bit tricky to get matchig pjs and when you add mom and dad in there it’s easier said than done! Richard Leeds International has several options for the perfect pajamas for me to wear during the holidays.
I received the Eeyore pajamas and now I have my new pair for the holidays the kids will love! They are very soft with that warm fuzzy feel that makes you want to throw them on then curl up with a nice cup of hot chocolate and read or watch tv.
These pajamas have a jewel-neckline top (perfect if the kids got mom a necklace to open on Christmas morning!) with a logo front and the bottoms have an all-over print soft microfleece. Available in Minnie Mouse, Eeyore, Batman, & Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
You can find these pjs and other styles in the Sleepwear section at Walmart in-store or online at Walmart.com for a $14.00. Connect with Richard Leeds International on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram then enter the giveaway for a fun set of pajamas!
1 (One) 1st prize: 4 pair of Pajamas
2 (Two) 2nd prizes: 3 pair of Pajamas
3 (Three) 3rd prizes: 2 pair of Pajamas
18 (Eighteen) “Bonus” prizes: 1 pair of Pajamas
Giveaway begins on 11/24/15 at 7:00 am CST and ends on 12/08/15 at 11:59pm CST. Must be 18 years or older, open to residents of the US only. No purchase is necessary to enter. One entrant per household, per address. All entries will be verified. Void where prohibited by law. Winner will be contacted by email; Please add firstname.lastname@example.org to your whitelist. Richard Leeds International will be responsible for prize delivery to the winner. This giveaway is in no way administered, sponsored, endorsed by, or associated with Facebook and/or Twitter, Google, Pinterest, or any other social media platform. The participating bloggers were compensated for this post.