I don't get it either. I wear my gym clothes to bed, but I work out first thing in the morning and they are comfortable; it saves me on laundry. My kid doesn't have that issue. I'd hate for his clothes to be wrinkled and he sweats too. Currently he's refusing to wear pajamas in his own bed and will only wear the shorts when we are at other people's houses. I can't imagine what he'd say if I asked him to get dressed for school; he'd probably remind me that I constantly tell him he needs to dress for the activity we are going to and not what he wants to wear.
There was a point when DD was about 2 when she would refuse to change her shirt in the morning, so she kept ending up in jammie shirts during the day. So I started putting her in her day shirt for bed. It was just easier. And she was only 2. Now that she has stopped being ridiculous in the morning she wears jammies to bed again.
The people who pour cereal into bowls at night must not have cats in the house. We don't let our cat on the table, but if she smells any food at all, even stuff she won't eat, she jumps up there to check it out anyway. If the table doesn't get wiped down really well at night, it has cat hair & paw prints on it in the morning. Yuck!
I usually sleep in whatever shirt I have on at night, because I always end up with the covers down too low & my top part gets too cold. I change it in the morning or I'd be all wrinkly & just generally feel gross. Tiven does take forever to get dressed in the morning but laying out clothes the night before didn't help because she either couldn't decide what she'd want to wear the next day, or she'd change her mind in the morning. Now I just set an alarm and when it goes off I'm dragging her out the door in whatever she's wearing -- or not wearing. I don't fight with her over clothes, but I don't let her make me late for work, either.
The number of U.S. states in which a person can marry the person they love regardless of gender: 30 and counting!
Goodness, even in this cold climate, with the window cracked open and a fan on I can only sleep in undies and nothing else. I would sweat buckets otherwise. I think I've entered this peri-menopausal stage in my life where I'm having symptoms like hot flashes and night sweats. It sucks. The only time in my adulthood that I wore pajamas is winter camping in a tent, at -20. I wore my pj's under my clothes all day so they wouldn't be cold at bedtime.
I do this when we leave for a trip early in the morning, like 4am or earlier. That way my kids can stay asleep.