Originally Posted by FlyGap
Oh those last ones made me cry! How sweet!!!
I'd like to think DD would act so well...
She DID forbid me to eat all the Reese's, but offered up everything else as fair game! This year DD was Captain Jack Sparrow. She also (her idea) had me sew a stuffed talking parrot on her shoulder. She made out like a bandit, that's because the bird got as much candy as she did!
BUT I don't care what I did, if my kid ever threw something in a tantrum not only would she meet her maker she for SURE wouldn't be getting that candy back!
I was also disturbed by the kids still wearing diapers, seemed like most were a tad too old for them... But all kids are different.
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I noticed the diapers, too. But, then I remembered that my son had a bedwetting problem and had to wear pull ups at night for years. When we finally quit them, I had to wash his sheets almost every day for two more years. It was a rather extreme case. The other son was potty trained fully by about 2 and a half.
I would not take a child as small as some of those trick or treating, either. Some of them looked to be 3 or 4. I don't think a child that young needs to go out trick or treating, , or if they do, they get maybe 5 pieces of candy and they don't "keep" a big stash of it.