Sack It To Me
Your worst fear was that she might go to class in her jammies. Now it's come true, and you only have yourself to blame.So you're horrified that your college kid just rolls out of bed, grabs her blankie and heads off to class without so much as brushing her teeth or changing out of her pajamas? Well, what did you expect?
Your first wrong move was putting her to bed in a HALO® SleepSack® when she was just a baby. Those patterns were so whimsical and the wearable blanket so cozy yet breathable, it's no wonder she refused to ever take it off, thus getting her out of the habit of putting on street clothes.
It didn't help things that you often wrapped her up all snug in a matching SleepSack® Swaddle and placed her in a crib with 100% cotton jersey fitted crib sheets and matching decorative skirt. You made going to bed so comforting and inviting, even children with the strongest sense of independence couldn't be coaxed out of a haven of sleepy fun time like that.
Don't be too hard on yourself, though. Because her propensity for wearing pajamas in public greatly limits her workplace options, she's likely to become a dentist (or even a doctor!) so she can wear scrubs all day.