Wear underwear under your pajamas

Nightgown, what to wear underneath?

Written by fruit tomato on May 31, 2010, 6:31 pm


my daughter (almost 5) really wanted a nightgown and got it.
Now the grandma said she absolutely has to put on a pair of panties. How do you or your girls do it?
I can’t remember that, because I’m not a nightgown fan ...

Oh, on the first evening my daughter asked if she should wear it like that without anything. I left it to her and asked what grandma was wearing. Answer: tights!



Re: nightgown, what to wear underneath?

answer fromclover on May 31, 2010, 6:47 pm

ours also pulls a slip under it.

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Re: nightgown, what to wear underneath?

answer fromLuni2701 on May 31, 2010, 6:56 pm

so always have mine underwear, at most in midsummer, then leave the undershirt off but we all ALWAYS wear underpants, no matter whether it is a nightgown, pajamas or something else, I don't know anything else, I also have my underpants underneath and emin man doesn't know it any other way.

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Re: nightgown, what to wear underneath?

answer fromsnow fairy on May 31, 2010, 7:01 pm


Nothing goes under our nightgown, neither undershirt nor underpants.

LG Snow

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underwear, what else? o.t.

answer fromiriselle on May 31, 2010, 7:18 pm


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nothing with us

answer fromdhana on May 31, 2010, 8:30 p.m.


I don't know that you put something under your nightgown or pajamas. I would never have thought of leaving my underwear on at night.

But my boys are naked sleepers anyway - they only wear pajamas in winter - and of course without anything underneath.
I only wear a nightgown / pajamas in winter when it's really cold or when I'm sick - and never wear anything underneath either.

Lg Dhana

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Re: Without

answer fromPinky2 on May 31, 2010, 10:18 pm


we also don't put anything under. A little air should get under it, laughs.

However, I have such strange children who like to go to bed with only underwear even in winter and pajamas in summer (probably I bathed them too hot, brooding).

I don't wear anything under pajamas and nightgowns either, I don't know that from childhood either.

Love from

Pinky (naked sleeper under his pajamas, laughs)

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Re: the opinions

answer fromfruit tomato on June 1st, 2010, 6:51 am

so diverge here too ...

So I've never heard of complete underwear, but I'm the only one of my friends who even puts on sleepwear.

Does anyone still know these flutter shirts that existed in the past? Kind of a "shorty nightie". They were with extra "panties". Is there still something like that?

Nevertheless, thank you for your opinions


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answer fromAnja1078 on June 1st, 2010, 11:31 am

As a child, I always preferred to put a pair of slippers under my pajamas.

My children can decide for themselves, my mother-in-law won't let them wear anything under them because it's not supposed to be or something. But I know that my children prefer to wear something underneath ... so a hat!

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answer fromJessi757 on June 1st, 2010, 4:58 pm

We always put a slip under our nightdress.

But my daughter also puts on clean panties every evening (again in the morning, of course). It turned out that way.
I don't know why, but if she wasn't wearing knickers under her pajamas, she got wet. Not with panties!

No idea why.

My husband and my older son don't wear anything under their pajamas, the little one still has a diaper. Just take a look....



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Re: nightgown, what to wear underneath?

answer fromEmily on June 3rd, 2010, 4:02 pm

A pair of panties - just like under your pajamas.

Without it, I find ... hm ... unhygienic. After all, you change your underwear every day (already, right?), But not your nightwear - pajamas, nightgowns. We change our nightwear once a week, sometimes more often in summer or when sick. When I imagine that I have nothing underneath - nope, that feels like to me wearing the same underpants for a week * scary *.


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Nothing underneath ...

answer fromGoggle on June 3rd, 2010, 6:26 pm

... and it's not unhygienic because we change pajamas every day.
The kids also sweat a lot and that's why I always switch.
We all don't have nightgowns.

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