Your Go To Halloween Safety and Party Blog
Halloween is truly a magical time of year. Many of us cherish memories such as bargaining with our parents about what costume we could wear, how late we could stay out trick or treating with our friends and how much of our loot we could eat that night.
Surprisingly, not much has changed after all these years and kids still want to get out there and pound the pavement on Halloween. We half expected they’d be demanding a more 21st century Halloween experience, “Seriously Mom, people don’t go outside to trick or treat anymore. We go online and drones deliver the candy within 2 to 3 business days.”.
Until that day comes, we want to make sure we do everything we can to keep our kids safe so they can also look back on the magical Halloween adventures they had.
Safety tips for parents
To help out, we thought we’d put together a list of links to the most helpful resources we found online to make sure your Halloween will be one to remember for all the right reasons.
Show this video to kids before they go out on Halloween
Get Your Spook On
Halloween is also the perfect time for adults to make like Sleepy Hollow and lose their heads at a Halloween party.
If you are going out, please remember to get a ride home if you’re imbibing. Also try be extra vigilant, Halloween is a lot of fun, but it can also be a night for shenanigans.
If you’re the one planning to throw the party, we’ve scoured the interwebs (see what we did there) for some helpful links to help make your Halloween party good enough not to offend Hannibal Lecter.
One last piece of Halloween wisdom. If you want to stay in the good books of your neighbourhood kids (wouldn’t want any bad Yelp reviews from discriminating trick or treaters), be that house that gives out the quality candy. If you plan on handing out boxes of raisins, you’re on your own.
Have a great Halloween everyone.