Don't really care for the trick or treating but don't mind a Halloween party.
DS's Childcare center is having a dress up on the day so I will organize him a costume. Don't see the harm in some dress up.
I guess I don't really understand what you need to do, what it is etc. because I didn't grow up with it.
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24-10-2013 18:26 #23
I don't 'do' Halloween. If we get trick or treaters I will just politely tell them that, I won't be handing out lollies.
24-10-2013 18:29 #24
Nope I'm a halloween grinch
24-10-2013 18:35 #25
Nope. Dont 'do' Halloween here
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24-10-2013 18:36 #26
We love it. Although we are not Irish, where it came from, we identify quite strongly with our Irish ancestry and celebrate every year. This year I managed to find some turnips to carve
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24-10-2013 18:37 #27
I love Halloween, I have very fond memories of trick or treating in homemade costumes as a child. We take DD trick or treating, leave our light on to show our involvement (this is the practice in our neighborhood) & happily hand out wrapped lollies/chocs.
The kids have so much fun and I love watching the excitement, I actually wish we celebrated it like the American's and went all out with decorations.
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24-10-2013 18:45 #28Senior Member
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I hate it with a passion!
Last year we had no less than 15 kids turn up together at the door step. They drained my Lolly supply straight away.
I hate it.
24-10-2013 18:47 #29
OH EM GEE... I am seriously so excited for Halloween, this time next week I'll be at a friend's Haunted House and enjoying what is one of the highlights of my social calendar.
I cannot wait.
I hope the kid's dad dresses them up scary to hand out treats to any trick or treaters they get, they loved it last year and got to know our neighbours a lot better, it was like a street party.
24-10-2013 18:47 #30
I never get this at all. People are out there starting wars, being racist, being homophobic or whatever. People celebrate a commercialised tradition that makes people happy and puts a bit of joy in a child's life and it's the end of the world. I don't get it aren't there really worse things someone could do than celebrate Halloween? I love it because A: my kids are happy and B: I love candy ha.
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