Hello and happy Friday! Tis the season for our little ghosts and goblins. Keeping them safe while experiencing this magical time of year is most important. After reading this post, I thought it was so important to spread the word about the Teal Pumpkin Project. There are so many kiddos with food allergies out there. So please if you are able to participate it would be a wonderful new tradition to begin. I will be setting a teal pumpkin on my front porch this year.
With much love,
It’s October, the time when the minds of little ones (and not-so-little ones) turn to the fun and festivities of Halloween. Whether Halloween parties at school, trick-or-treating with friends, or doing Trunk-n-Treat/Harvest Festival at a local church, it’s a time of costumes, fun, games, and most importantly… CANDY!
I loved Halloween as a kid. I loved dressing up, carving pumpkins, getting candy, rummaging through it with my sister to find our favorites… it was the best. As I got older, I fell out with Halloween for a while, due in large part to seeing the way some of the teenagers in our area would use it as a chance to snatch candy bags from kids and do other heinous pranks. As a parent, though, as I see the excitement on my kids’ faces, I have a renewed fondness for the holiday. I still love carving pumpkins, and taking the kids…
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