Halloween safety is a concern for every parent this time of year. Here are some helpful tips and also some myths discussed to make your Halloween Safety effective and still keep the fun in the holiday.
Halloween Safety for your family this year includes not only being safe, but not falling victim to myths and hoaxes. In this episode, Anna from beautygirlsmom.com speaks about:
Halloween Candy Myths – Did you know there has never been a documented case of stranger product tampering involving Halloween candy? I did not. Yet Denver police are coming out “guns blazing”, warning parents about potential hazards due to the legalization of marijuana. Jim from Left Wing Libertarian disputes the validity of those concerns.
Trunk or Treat, the safer community friendly alternative to door to door Trick or Treat – but be prepared to up your Trick or Treat treat budget. We easily gave out almost 1000 pieces of candy last year!
Common Sense Halloween Safety – Some things, you just know are the wrong thing to do, especially with regard to costumes (no full face masks on little ones!), when to call it a day and turn your porch lights off, and which houses to avoid while trick or treating.
When is too old to Trick or Treat – when grandma comes knocking
Halloween Costume Sensitivity – don’t punish the kids
Sewing your own home made Halloween costumes –
Be safe, have fun, and don’t forget to send all of your Clark bars and Butterfingers to me!
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