Lesson #1: It’s nice to know that one day a year, the enormous spiders (and accompanying webs) surrounding our house are actually considered decorative.
Lesson #2: Sometimes a little peer
pressure encouragement is actually a good thing. Especially if your kids’ friends are really good seeds—like their parents, of course. (Yes, even the ones referenced in the next lesson.)
Lesson #3: When out trick-or-treating, your adorable little goblins can be quickly overshadowed by the creative engineering your husband and his friends use to hitch a beer cooler to a wagon.
Lesson #4: Some kids are into trick-or-treating for the sport (Big) and others really are just in it for the candy (Little).
Lesson #5: Nobody’s safe on Halloween. The cartoons lead to nightmares (and/or inappropriate jokes). The extra goodies result in poundage. And candy bowls/baskets mysteriously disappear. (All of which explain our need for the beer wagon.)
How was your Halloween? Any funny or spooky stories to share?