Halloween is supposed to be fun, but the details can result in stress and grumpiness for parents. In Episode 54, Christine and I talk about what our kids are planning on for Halloween this year followed by a rebroadcast of our seven tips for de-stressing Halloween.
Resources mentioned in this episode
- Violet’s PJ Masks Gecko costume
- Sam’s creepy unicorn mask
- Edit Your Life Episode Episode 9: Simplifying Birthday Parties
- Asha and Christine on Halloween (via Christine’s Instagram)
- Delivering our manuscript in costume (via Christine’s Instagram)
- A roundup of no-sew Halloween costumes (via Boston Mamas)
- Pajama-based Halloween costumes + Hillary Clinton costume (via Rookie Moms)
- 10 cute (and free!) Halloween printables (via Boston Mamas)
- Halloween candy alternatives (via Boston Mamas)
- More clever Halloween candy alternatives (via Boston Mamas)
- How to handle the Halloween candy craze (via Boston Mamas)
- Candy buy backs + donation (via Boston Mamas)
- Magic Beans (a toy store that does candy trade in)
- Mummy minion door DIY (via Boston Mamas)
- 13 tips for easier pumpkin carving (including not carving it) (via Parent Hacks)
- Kids’ Halloween costumes: 10 tips from Parent Hacks readers
- Turn picnic supplies into Halloween decorations (via Parent Hacks)
- 8 tried-and-true tips for your child’s first Halloween (via Parent Hacks)
- A great hack for remembering how much Halloween candy to buy year-to-year (via Parent Hacks)
- In support of teenage trick-or-treaters (via Parent Hacks)
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