Q: I have a four-year-old who loves to be naked. Over the past month or so, she has started to keep clothes on more during the day, but she still prefers to sleep in the buff. My parents, who live three hours away and have started to stay with us one weekend every month, are clearly freaked out by this. Because my parents are immediate family members, at first I thought the "house guest rule" didn't necessarily apply, but they are clearly upset when she wants to be naked. I even overheard my father telling her that "good girls wear clothes" which turned my stomach.
Prudie counsels a parent whose son and daughter may be a little too close.
News News. Dear Annie: My husband and I are in our mids. I know that raising kids today is nothing like it was 30 years ago, but Jake seems well adjusted. I checked with the other parents, and they confirm this. They frequently appear in the nude at breakfast if they are going skinny-dipping in the pool after. She sees no need for them to dress.
She can crank the AC up a little less, and be more environmentally sensitive. According to a new survey, Swanson is in the majority, particularly in her Millennial age bracket. Two-thirds of Millennials report sleeping in the nude, the poll by the mattress review site MattressAdvisor. Joe Mercurio, a project manager with Mattress Advisor, said he stumbled across several articles suggesting that people sleep better without clothes — and he decided to find out more. He surveyed over 1, people across the country, 58 percent of whom said they sleep in the nude. Nude sleepers also report better sleep quality than pajama-wearers.
If you prefer to keep it all natch at night, you're in good company. Just how many people sleep naked as the day they were born? I'm glad you asked. A new survey from Mattress Advisor found that 65 percent of millennials prefer to snooze in their birthday suits. While sleeping naked with your partner can increase the chances of midnight romance, that's not the number one reason people choose to the sleep in the buff. According to the survey, 69 percent of people said sleeping naked is more comfortable , 58 percent said it's more relaxing, and 54 said they sleep better naked.