06 September 2008

WHOOOOOO is wearing owl jammies?

Me!

Disclaimer: This shapely lass is NOT me, but she IS wearing my jammies!

I love owls. I have owl stamps, owl patterned paper, owl stickers, chipboard owls, and just recently acquired a DELUXE $3 owl bracelet at the state fair.

I've been on the lookout for a year now for just the right owl figurine to sit in our kitchen.


I've gone on an owl prowl or two...or three. When I was a Girl Scout leader, I learned various owl calls. I've been out in the woods in the cover of darkness listening for owls and calling them, too. I've watched owls perched high in our pine trees at night.

So it is only fitting that I should have owl jammies.

Admittedly, not everyone shares my love for owls. In fact, I think you could divide the population of the world into two groups: Owl Lovers and Owl Haters. It seems there is no middle ground when it comes to owls. Some people, like my friend Connie, are even afraid of owls. That makes me a little sad. :-(

Okay, back to the jammies! Credit goes to my friend, Darci, WHOOOO called me from Target last night with a HOT TIP about the owl sleepwear. I hustled on over there today and it's a good thing I did...they only had a few sleepshirts left!

Now, do not be concerned...these owl jammies will NOT replace my beloved sock monkey jammies (if you've forgotten the details, refresh yourself here). The sock monkey jammies are FALL and WINTER weight. The owl jammies will work through SPRING and SUMMER. So now I will be covered in jammie cuteness all year round!

WHOOOOO loves her new owl jammies?

Me!

12 comments:

Fonda said...

Those are some sweeet jammies! Love them, and I'm on the owl lover side!

Connie said...

Ok, Janet, let's clarify . . .

I was afraid of owls when I was little because one of my classmates said she had one flying around the inside of her house. As an adult, I like to hear their calls in the night, and if they stay far away from me, or are behind some fence at the zoo, I am fine. I really do think they're fascinating to look at. So don't be too sad for me.

Just don't buy me any owl jammies. : )

Janet said...

Thank you, Fonda! They have robes and jammies with pants, too...so you could get yourself some! :-)

Connie, thank you for setting me straight! lol I will try to remember not to buy you any owl jammies. Does this mean I can use my owl stamps on cards for you? :-)

Sarah C. said...

Those are so cute! :) I need to link you up w/ my friend, Wanda. She's a BIG owl lover. Has even rescued a few babies that have fallen from their nest on her property. They got a sweet deal out of it - a new fancy nest from one of her old baskets.

And thanks for the comment this morning! Staying dry so far (minus my run for the paper and a quick look at the house). Overall we're in good shape but the storm is still hitting.

Sarah C. said...

Here: Photos of Oliver & Oliva owl <- a couple of the owl babies from this year. :)

Janet said...

Sarah, those are AMAZING pictures! Gosh, I think their talons are even longer than Lily's claws! Kudos to Wanda for being a friend to owls. :-)

Sharon said...

Won't the hooting keep you awake at night?? LOL I want to see a picture of you in these jammies.

Linda said...

Cute jammies!

KarenSue said...

count me in as an owl lover...those are just tooo cute!!

toners said...

Yeah for fun jammies! Love 'em!

Superscrapifragilisticspalidocious said...

That is crazy!!! Owl pajamas...whodathunkit?

Cheri said...

I am DEFINITELY on the owl lover side of things:) I should do a whole blog post, come to think of it...

Anyway, Connie doesn't want the owl jammies, but I'm here to say if I can't find them, I'll plead with you to check your store for me!:) I already checked online and curiously couldn't find the adult version, just the toddler sizes. Hm...

Target had owl PJ pants not too long ago, but I didn't think they were nearly as cute as this shirt!!