Friday, October 31, 2014 / by Martin Millner
Remember when you were a kid? Pretending to dress up, be a soldier, playing cops and robbers… for most of us, those are what we remember most about our childhood. And some of us might even still have some of those outfits!
Halloween is that one time of the year that we all have the chance to act like our kids. It doesn’t matter if your children are still young, or if they’re grown up and moved away. Everyone has experienced Halloween and the magic of pretending you are someone else for a couple of hours.
Stay safe this Halloween. Have fun with the holiday! If you are handing out candy or treats to trick-or-treaters, keep your porch light on so they can walk up safely. If your children are trick-or-treating, inspect their candy for tears in the wrappers – and don’t let them eat anything that is damaged or torn. Make sure they have a glow stick or flashlight so they can be seen easily by passing cars. Above all, make it memorable. Some of the best conversations you will ever have will happen while you’re walking around, or even while you’re checking out all of the treats they have gathered!