Who doesn’t love trick-or-treating? I have fond memories of Halloween: costumes, face paint, going door-to-door around the neighborhood, and candy—so much candy!
Image: Sam, Pia
This year will be different. Some of you won’t feel comfortable with your kids gathering together to trick-or treat. Costume parties will be postponed until next year. Maybe you won’t even be opening doors to hand out candy. But that doesn’t mean all the fun has to be canceled.
Image: Jenny, Erin, Kelly, Me, Gill
It’s important to find ways to celebrate holidays and milestones while still acknowledging our current reality. Not only will you model resilience and adaptability for your kids, you might even discover a new family tradition!
Here are some ideas on how to have a fun-while-socially-distant Halloween celebration:
Image: Sam, family friend.
Halloween this year doesn’t have to be a drag. So go forth, have some socially-distant fun, and share a picture of your celebrations inside our Facebook group. I’m excited to see what your family is getting up to!
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