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Target's matching family Christmas 2018 PJ's just arrived—and you won't know which to pick!

You can find PJ's for mom and dad, doggies, baby and toddler and kids up to age 14 so the fam will have no excuse to not wear that adorable outfit you snagged them.

Target's matching family Christmas 2018 PJ's just arrived—and you won't know which to pick!

We don't know who started the matching family holiday pajamas tradition (probably a relative of the person who began the Ugly Christmas Sweater trend), but we are here for it!

And Target just dropped their collection of 18 new matching family Christmas + Hanukkah pajamas—and they're all currently available for sale. You can find PJ's for mom and dad, doggies, baby and toddler and kids up to age 14 so the fam will have no excuse to not wear that adorable outfit you snagged them.

From spiritual to silly, the entire collection has been fit and tested on real Target employees and their families, so you'll be sure that your PJs not only look good, but accommodate any extra jelly in your belly on Christmas morning.

We've rounded up our top faves, but you can check out the full connection on Target's site. Which set is on your holiday shopping list?

#Blessed

When you're feeling the holiday spirit—it's all about being blessed by your little blessings. #Blessed

Blessed Family Pajamas Collection, Target, $12.99-$24.99

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Fuzzy wuzzy pj's made for holiday snuggles

The coziest PJs set in the whole Target lineup! Enjoy a snuggly morning with this warm and fluffy set.

Holiday Fuzzy Bear Fair Isle Family Pajamas Collection, Target, $9.99-$24.99

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A high-quality collab

The only thing that could make Target PJ's better is joining forces with another brand we love, in this case, a holiday PJ's mash up with Burt's Bees.

Burt's Bees Baby Holiday Snowflake Family Pajamas Collection, Target, $12.99-$39.99

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Harry Potter Christmas


Show off your love for Harry Potter this holiday season with the Harry Potter Pajama Set. The blue, maroon and white stripes boast Harry's signature scar and glasses, plus the Hogwarts crest, "Harry Potter" text and a pattern of H's and snowflakes for an extra festive touch.

Holiday Harry Potter Family Pajamas Collection, Target, $12.99-$24.99

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Elf yourself

Each pair of pajamas looks just like an elf's uniform and is made from soft-on-skin cotton for all-night comfort. But we think you might spend your Christmas Eve up all night in Santa's workshop.

Holiday Elf Family Pajamas Collection, Target, $7.00-$24.99

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8 Crazy Nights

Channel your inner Adam Sandler with a PJ's set that pays homage to the festival of lights.

Hanukkah Family Pajamas Collection, Target, $10-$24.99

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Go classic plaid (grandpa style)

Embrace holiday plaid and dress up like everyone's favorite well-dressed grandpa. (Or lumberjack; your pick!).

Holiday Red Plaid Notch Collar Family Pajamas Collection, Target, $11.99-$24.99

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Mama bear's Christmas

Mama Bear, Papa Bear and Little Bears — and even the pup — can snuggle in for hibernation in matching style with the PJs in this Holiday Bear Family Pajamas Collection.

Holiday Bear Family Pajamas Collection, Target, $11.99-$24.99

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Go green 🎄

Look chic in soft matching plaid and keep it all in the family.

Green Plaid Family Pajamas Collection, Target, $11.99-$24.99

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You can see the rest of the holiday collection on Target.com.

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When I became a mama five years ago, I didn't put too much thought into whether my son was getting the right vitamins and minerals. From breastfeeding to steaming and pureeing his first bites of solid food, I was confident I was giving him everything to support his growth and development.

But then the toddler years—and the suddenly picky palate that accompanied them—came along. Between that challenge and two additional children in the mix… well, I knew my oldest son's eating plan was falling short in some vitamin and mineral categories.

I also knew how quickly he was growing, so I wanted to make sure he was getting the nutrients he needed (even on those days when he said "no, thank you" to any veggie I offered).

So when I discovered the new line of children's supplements from Nature's Way®, it felt like a serious weight off my chest. Thanks to supplements that support my children's musculoskeletal growth, their brain function, their immune systems, their eyes and more, I'm taken back to that simpler time when I was so confident my kids' vitamin needs were met.*

It wasn't just the variety of supplements offered by Nature's Way that won me over: As a vegetarian mama, I'm the picky one in the family when it comes to scanning labels and making sure they meet our standards. The trick is that most gummy vitamins are made with gelatin, which is not vegetarian friendly.

But just like the other offerings from Nature's Way that I've already come to know and love, the children's supplement line is held to a high standard. That means there's no high-fructose corn syrup, gelatin or common allergens to be found in the supplements. The best part? My two oldest kids ensure we never miss their daily vitamins—they are so in love with the gummy flavors, which include tropical fruit punch, lemonade and wild berry.


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Meanwhile, my pharmacist husband has different criteria when evaluating supplements, especially when it comes to those for our kids. He appreciates the variety of options from Nature's Way, which gives us the ability to rotate the vitamins based on our kids' daily needs. By keeping various children's supplements from Nature's Way on hand, I can customize a regimen to suit my kids' individual requirements.

Of course, high-quality products often come at a higher price point. But (to my immense gratitude!) that isn't the case with Nature's Way, which retails for a competitive value when compared to the other items on the shelf.

Like all mamas, my chief concern is supporting my children's health in any way I can. While I see evidence of their growth every time I pack away clothes they've outgrown, I know there is much more growth that doesn't meet the eye. That's why, for my oldest son, I like stacking the Brain Builder gummy with the Growing Bones & Muscles gummy and the Happy & Healthy Multi. My 3-year-old also enjoys getting her own mix to include the Healthy Eyes gummy. And both of my older kids are quick to request the Tummy Soothe tablet when something isn't sitting right in their stomachs.* And I'll admit it: I've tried it myself and the berry blast flavor really is tasty!

Although my current phase of motherhood may not be as "simple" as it once was, there is so much to appreciate about it—like watching my kids play and sing and create with their incredible imaginations. Along the way, I've eased up on some of my need for control, but it does help to have this range of supplements in my motherhood tool kit. So while I may not be able to convince my son to try kale, having the Nature's Way supplements on hand means I do know he's right on track.*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.


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I never wanted to be a mom. It wasn't something I ever thought would happen until I fell madly in love with my husband—who knew very well he wanted children. While he was a natural at entertaining our nephews or our friends' kids, I would awkwardly try to interact with them, not really knowing what to say or do.

Our first pregnancy was a surprise, a much-wanted one but also a unicorn, "first try" kind of pregnancy. As my belly grew bigger, so did my insecurities. How do you even mom when you never saw motherhood in your future? I focused all my uncertainties on coming up with a plan for the delivery of my baby—which proved to be a terrible idea when my dreamed-of unmedicated vaginal birth turned into an emergency C-section. I couldn't even start motherhood the way I wanted, I thought. And that feeling happened again when I couldn't breastfeed and instead had to pump and bottle-feed. And once more, when all the stress from things not going my way turned into debilitating postpartum anxiety that left me not really enjoying my brand new baby.

As my baby grew, slowly so did my confidence that I could do this. When he would tumble to the ground while learning how to walk and only my hugs could calm him, I felt invincible. But on the nights he wouldn't sleep—whether because he was going through a regression, a leap, a teeth eruption or just a full moon—I would break down in tears to my husband telling him that he was a better parent than me.

Then I found out I was pregnant again, and that this time it was twins. I panicked. I really cannot do two babies at the same time. I kept repeating that to myself (and to my poor husband) at every single appointment we had because I was just terrified. He, of course, thought I could absolutely do it, and he got me through a very hard pregnancy.

When the twins were born at full term and just as big as singleton babies, I still felt inadequate, despite the monumental effort I had made to grow these healthy babies and go through a repeat C-section to make sure they were both okay. I still felt my skin crawl when they cried and thought, What if I can't calm them down? I still turned to my husband for diaper changes because I wasn't a good enough mom for twins.

My husband reminded me (and still does) that I am exactly what my babies need. That I am enough. A phrase that has now become my mantra, both in motherhood and beyond, because as my husband likes to say, I'm the queen of selling myself short on everything.

So when my babies start crying, I tell myself that I am enough to calm them down.

When my toddler has a tantrum, I remind myself that I am enough to get through to him.

When I go out with the three kids by myself and start sweating about everything that could go wrong (poop explosions times three), I remind myself that I am enough to handle it all, even with a little humor.


And then one day I found this bracelet. Initially, I thought how cheesy it'd be to wear a reminder like this on my wrist, but I bought it anyway because something about it was calling my name. I'm so glad I did because since day one I haven't stopped wearing it.

Every time I look down, there it is, shining back at me. I am enough.

I Am Enough bracelet 

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Errands and showers are not self-care for moms

Thinking they are is what's burning moms out.

A friend and I bump into each other at Target nearly every time we go. We don't pre-plan this; we must just be on the same paper towel use cycle or something. Really, I think there was a stretch where I saw her at Target five times in a row.

We've turned it into a bit of a running joke. "Yeah," I say sarcastically, "We needed paper towels so you know, I had to come to Target… for two hours of alone time."

She'll laugh and reply, "Oh yes, we were out of… um… paper clips. So here I am, shopping without the kids. Heaven!"

Now don't get me wrong. I adore my trips to Target (and based on the fullness of my cart when I leave, I am pretty sure Target adores my trips there, too).

But my little running joke with my friend is actually a big problem. Because why is the absence of paper towels the thing that prompts me to get a break? And why on earth is buying paper towels considered a break for moms?

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