The Real Reason I Wear Workout Clothes To School Drop Off

  • Jen - What she said!! (Glad I’m not the only one…) ;o)ReplyCancel

  • pamela - I sort of needs this in a shirt.

    Are you opening up a zazzle or cafepress shop?ReplyCancel

  • Vi Nguyen - Story of my life…ReplyCancel

  • Angie @ On the rocks and straight up - Word! Yep, I totally do that, too. But beware! There ARE these sneaky women about who actually drop their kids off and work out. I know–I’ve seen them headed into yoga studios while I’ve sat in my car trying to come up with a grocery list from memory.ReplyCancel

  • Melinda - Reminds me of that tide commercial. 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Valerie @CharmedValerie - Yup! Color me guilty of the same thing (and this also explains my fondness for baseball caps/hats). I like to be prepared in the event that I DO want to exercise or something….ReplyCancel

  • Miranda - Yup, me too. I’d wear pjs all day if I knew no one would come over ;).ReplyCancel

  • Carrie Lindsey - If this gives you any idea of how it is in our house, the other day I got dressed (in actual clothes, not pj’s or yoga pants) and told my son he needed to pick out a shirt and he said “Why? Where are we going?” yeahhhhhhh…sad but true, we practically live in pj’s. :-/ReplyCancel

  • MomEinstein - Bonus points if you slept in your yoga pants.ReplyCancel

  • Caelan - Well a lot of truths. This is a credit to yoga clothing as you can go out in public wearing your pajamas and come back home to cut your veg.

    Regards
    CaelanReplyCancel

  • molly - The very first thing I do when I get home from work is take off my bra and get in my pajama pants. It’s necessary. Completely necessary.ReplyCancel

  • Jamie McMillan - slouchy linen pants. You can sleep in them and look like you took time to get dressed in the morning 🙂 I will be very sad when it gets too cold for my linen pants 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Betsy - This is HILARIOUS!!!! I work about one day a month (yes, one DAY – I have worked at the same place for 12 years and I am blessed to be able to work out my own schedule!) . . . and this past Monday was that day. I was dressed up to go to work and all the teachers and parents kept telling me how nice I looked. I said “thank you” but I kept thinking that they were really wanting to say, “thank God she is not in her workout-pajama-type clothes today and so glad she has lipstick on!!!”ReplyCancel

  • Nanette - Exactly! Although I feel the need to broadcast on some mornings that, yes, I’m actually going to the gym after this drop-off.ReplyCancel

  • Elaine - Yep, exactly. 🙂ReplyCancel

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