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Posted by: anonymous
2017-10-31 15:10:21
ID: 51550
At DGD's first birthday party, someone got her a tiny guitar. And she immediately took it and held it like a guitar should be held. DS plays guitar for her a lot. It was the cutest damn thing. Now I want pics of the two of them "playing" their guitars together.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-10-31 14:45:06
ID: 51549
Dear Parents, Please send out birthday invitations more than just a few days before the event. My daughter would love to go, but we have plans. Had you given us even a week's notice, this wouldn't have been a problem. Sincerely, Annoyed. But seriously, both of my daughters have rec'd invites in the past couple of weeks, and both were sent just a couple days before the event. They were Evites, so it's not like my kids just forgot to give them to us.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-10-31 04:36:39
ID: 51534
Halloween is optional. If you don't want to hand out candy at a certain time, or at all, don't.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-10-31 04:32:30
ID: 51546
I will say I wish that Halloween was the last Saturday in October instead of the 31st & where ever it falls during the week.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-10-30 22:34:04
ID: 51542
I think going out in the cold and planning your route, etc, is part of the fun of Trick or Treating. We used to go with my aunt and uncle (they were only a little older than me) in my grandma's neighborhood and we would seriously walk for miles and miles and get sackfuls of candy. Of course, my uncle always demanded we give him 2 Butterfingers each for "chaperone fees". LOL. I loved it and I'm sure my folks loved that they didn't have to go out with us for 3 hours in the cold.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-10-30 22:07:34
ID: 51540
I wasn't a fan of Halloween as a kid (went as a bum every year except the one year my Mom insisted I be a princess), I'm not a fan now, and I don't get the Halloween hype. I for one will be glad when it's over. PS: I don't like pumpkin spice anything either. GASP!!!
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-10-30 20:35:31
ID: 51539
Who does Trick or Treating from 1-4? My kids don't even get home from school until 4:00.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-10-30 17:44:20
ID: 51538
I used to take my kids to a local hotel for trick or treat. The rooms were rented out to local businesses, they'd set aside a block of them and each room would have a haunted theme or whatever. It was fun and safe, and indoors. 30 degrees and snow isn't really small-child-friendly. You could go in the neighborhoods too, but the hotel was awesome. Free hot cider and donuts for moms and dads too.
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Posted by: greensquirrel
2017-10-30 14:17:34
ID: 51533
Halloween is one night a year. Bfd if it messes with dinner time. What a bunch of whiny brats. One night. You can’t plan dinner around one night of trick or treating?
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-10-30 13:12:07
ID: 51530
Is it for real that your towns have assigned Trick or Treat times? I’ve never lived anywhere with that. It’s always just kind of been 5:30 to whenever you shut off your lights.
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