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    Ahh I LOVE Halloween.
    I celebrate every year but last year I went a little bit further because DS1 was 4 and much more able to enjoy the day.
    Here's a piccy of our table.
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    I also had a scary voice door bell, crime scene tape all over the book shelves and front door, scary heads hanging from the walls and and evil looking caped skeleton in the hallway...ahhh it was great
    I can't get anymore pictures to load up though.

    I'm not sure what we will do this year as we moved from that house and don't know many people round here, but DS1 is talking about it already, he had such a great day last yr.
    Last edited by Phony; 14-10-2013 at 16:08.

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    Yes! We moved into a townhouse complex this year and just got a notice that they organise trick or treating for the kids! We plan on taking DS age 3 for the first time, although I still have no idea what to dress him as! He hates having any thing on his head which really narrows down our choices, any ideas would be GREATLY appreciated. I'm also planning to bake some Halloween treats for the trick or treaters on top of getting lollies. Looking forward to it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lalasmooch View Post
    Yes! We moved into a townhouse complex this year and just got a notice that they organise trick or treating for the kids! We plan on taking DS age 3 for the first time, although I still have no idea what to dress him as! He hates having any thing on his head which really narrows down our choices, any ideas would be GREATLY appreciated. I'm also planning to bake some Halloween treats for the trick or treaters on top of getting lollies. Looking forward to it!
    Superman doesn't need anything on his head. If he'll wear a hat maybe a wizard? Does he have a favourite character? I think at 3 costumes don't need to be scary

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2BlueBirds View Post
    What time is the 'right' etiquette for those with very young children? I usually put a sign on the door around 8/9pm "No trick or treaters" due to babies/children sleeping.
    That is more polite than my response will be if anyone rings our bell. I'm sooooo anti-Halloween!

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    I LOVE Halloween, DD is abit young this year but I will decorate the front porch and stock up on lots of lollies like every year.

    Halloween has always been HUGE where I live, even the local Woolies staff dress up every year, it's a nice thing about living in a small town, there isn't much to do so peeps take every chance to have some fun

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    Awesome table set up! What were the big eyeballs on sticks???


    Mumma to two beautiful boys on the spectrum and one special little girl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jellyfishie View Post
    That is more polite than my response will be if anyone rings our bell. I'm sooooo anti-Halloween!
    What is it though that makes you so anti? I honestly don't have strong feelings either way, but lots of people seem to feel like yon do and I've always wondered why. It is a holiday for the kiddlets after all, why do so many parents hate it?


    Age 20, engaged, mummy to 3yo DS and TTC his sibling! Living life backwards


 

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