Halloween Trick or Treat

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Halloween Trick or Treat is a tradition that my husband started with the kids when they were around four years old. As a kid, I never grew up in the Halloween tradition of the Western world but hubby did. Halloween Celebration through the years is a memory that my kids treasure because of the yummy treats and magical costumes.

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My two girls who were 5 and 4 years old then

Yes, happy childhood memories next to Christmas and birthday celebrations. Now that my kids are over twenty years old, they have their way of celebrating Halloween.

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It’s my first time in the US without my children during Halloween day, a first trick or treat here too. I enjoyed my day. The kids were so cute or scary in their costumes.

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There were not that many kids though. According to my brother-in-law, not a single candy is left after Trick or Treat. We had three huge bags left. I think the Giants game prevented some parents from driving their little kids around the neighborhood.

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It was so cute watching the kids dressed in their finest costumes, friom Ninja, to princess, witches, super heroes, mummies, ghouls . One teenage kids wore an Obama head mask and wore a tuxedo with it.
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Others took pains to put makeup on their faces. It was a fun night . I wished my kids were there with me to enjoy the treats and creepy fun fare.
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Hope your Halloween trick or treat day was fun

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