So, onesies are a little like Marmite – you either love them or hate them!  Are Onesies the best thing since sliced bread or stupid oversized babygros which should never be seen on an adult? I don’t know anyone who sits on the fence in this debate!

I for one, am all for onesies.  Since I hit my 30s comfort is practically top of the list of my priorities and quite frankly if I look stupid I couldn’t give a damn.  Let’s be honest, they aren’t the sexiest things to wear.  You can’t really put one on and work ‘come to bed eyes’.  Well maybe you could, but I just look like an idiot.  My long suffering partner actually doesn’t mind them.  Probably because I zip myself into one and instantly chill out and relax.  Mind you, if I ever get into bed wearing one (I rarely do because I just get too hot) the look of disappointment and the muttering under his breath says it all. He knows he hasn’t got a hope in hell of getting anywhere near my bare skin that night.  Last time he threatened to cut a hole in it  – that didn’t go down too well!

I practically screamed with delight when I received an owl onesie for Christmas (two loves of mine rolled into one – owls and comfort) and couldn’t wait for bed-time to put it on.  That said, I do draw the line; onesies at home chilling = perfectly acceptable.  Going down to Tesco in it – Not!

What are your thoughts on them?


About The Author

Claire has worked with Deaf children for a number of years, initially as an Educational Communicator and then as a teacher. She recently moved into working in the community to support Deaf adults as a Community Support Worker. She is chairperson of Bedfordshire Deaf Children’s Society and secretary for Luton Deaf Football Club. She has also provided Deaf Awareness training to various organisations. Claire has her level 2 British Sign Language Certificate although she has been signing from a young age as she is deaf herself. Initially Claire was a hearing aid user but after losing her residual hearing several years ago she has had a Cochlear Implant. Claire is often accompanied to work by her hearing dog Ivy.

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