Well, we don't live in America.......
so I thought this would be way more cool
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12-10-2013 20:31 #21
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12-10-2013 20:51 #22
hahaha im too cheap to even buy a pineapple!!
ive seen apples being carved out and those cheapy vampire fangs put in the mouth hole. it looks funny
12-10-2013 21:22 #23
I love the pineapple idea.
i love Halloween too. Can't wait.
12-10-2013 21:22 #24
We do a little decorating, go trick or treating & hand out lollies. The kids have so much fun. This year DD1 will be going as Cleo Denile (monster high), mainly because that's what she chose for book week & the costume cost a fortune!
12-10-2013 21:35 #25
I have lollies stashed for trick or treaters but not sure if any will come as we weren't living here last year!
12-10-2013 21:53 #26
It seemed we had no kids in our newish estate last year so didnt bother sending DS out Trick or Treating....nobody came to our door.
This year there are kids everywhere and a house a few doors down from us has their house all decorated with Halloween stuff so we are expecting people to get involved this year. We have lolliepops and candy ready to hand out. DS picked out his random outfit (after an hour going from shop to shop and him changing his mind at the very last second.....what a freaking nightmare) and I have made a costume for my newbie DD. She wont be getting candy (will be 6months old) but we want her dressed up for the fun of it.
12-10-2013 22:06 #27
Oh and I love the idea of the paper mache lanterns. DS wanted to carve one this year cos we never have before, so if I cant get a hold of a pumpkin (or totally fail at carving it....which I expect) then we can make them instead.
12-10-2013 22:16 #28
I am a Halloween grinch.
If it was something everyone did, we'd do it, but it's pointless where we live, and I think DD thinks I'm mean for saying we won't go trick-or-treating. It's simply because if we did, we'd be wasting our time.
12-10-2013 22:23 #29
I've got balloons this year to organise who in the street will accept trick or treaters.
I really REALLY wanted the kids to be the big bad wolf and little red riding hood but DS poo pooed that idea. He wants to be a vampire so I have his costume. DD keeps changing between witch and vampire.
12-10-2013 22:37 #30
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