Decorations up? (Not mine)
Ready for the little munchkins? (Not me)
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If you’re short on time (like most of us) here are a few of my favorite tips for having a fun and safe Halloween.
- Feed children first! Full tummies may find candy less tempting
- Enforce a “No eating” policy while trick-or-treating
- Take along epinephrine auto-injectors (nothing different here), cell phone and flashlight
- Have fun!
- Give safe treats to neighbors to hand out to your children
- Institute a Halloween Fairy/Witch or other type of exchange system where the kids trade candy for safe candy, toys, books, gift certificates etc.
- Have a Halloween or Harvest party instead of trick or treating
- Trick or Treat for a charity
- Have a treasure hunt at your house or in your yard with safe treats
- Have the Great Pumpkin visit overnight and leave safe candy or exchange candy
- Attend a special theme park, sporting event, aquarium or the zoo around Halloween
- Watch a movie such as It’s the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown
If you have a minute, check out my previous blog posts for more sweet and juicy ideas!
Have a great Halloween and Be SAFE!