When picking a costume choose fabric that is flame resistant. You can even buy pajamas that have a Halloween theme.
Go to the bathroom BEFORE leaving the house to trick or treat. And, choosing a costume that is easy to use the bathroom in.
When picking a halloween costume consider comfort. A toddler will become cranky if they are not comfortable while sporting their costume.
Make sure your little goblin is visible after dark. Fix reflective striping to costume, or carry a flashlight or illuminated light stick.
Instead of carving pumpkins, consider decorating with markers & paint. Also consider battery-powered lights for insides instead of candles
Feed your kids a healthy meal prior to trick or treat. Kids will be happier & reduce temptation to devour candy from the first stop.
Statistically, Halloween is the most dangerous day for kids. In fact, kids are 4X as likely to be hit by a car on Halloween other nights.
Talk with your children about eating candy before they get home. You should inspect the candy before they eat it.
Feed your kids a hearty, early dinner so they’re not too tempted to sneak treats on the go. source
Practice toddlers costume & makeup a couple of days prior to Halloween, so little one will have time to adjust to the new look. source
Creating a jack-o-lantern? Steer her clear of ones with candles and use glow sticks. source
When using makeup on a child avoid the eye area, nostrils, ears, and nothing should go inside the mouth source
If your kids are old enough to trick-or-treat without an adult, tell your kids to stay in a group. – http://ow.ly/d3jdR
Consider using a flashlight or glow stick instead of a candle to light your pumpkin. http://bit.ly/Pu8cl7
Have kids trick-or-treat in areas where there are a lot of people around & avoid taking short-cuts through alleys. http://bit.ly/NMYwEt
When trick or treating have kids wait at end of the line before going to door if there are people there before you. http://bit.ly/PrvREW
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