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Baby’s First Halloween
When it comes to baby’s first Halloween, Mom and Dad are often as excited as the kids, and search high and low for the perfect costume, preparing to take tons of pictures with friends and family. But before you take baby out trick-or-treating, make sure you pay heed to these tips:
1) Avoid Constricting Costumes and Accessories – Masks and tight costumes can be very uncomfortable or frightening for baby, and many will cry or fight against any costume that restricts movement. There is a wide variety of costumes for babies and toddlers that use little Read the rest of this entry »
If this isn’t your first Halloween with young children, you know how difficult it is to combine fun with having a safe and warm Halloween night. If you live in the colder climates, for example, you believe your young superman or Little Bo Peep should wear a coat to keep warm, but that can ruin the whole effect of the costume for our little ones. Those beautiful glittery shoes are traded in for the more practical sneakers on the big night. What’s fun and magical about that?
If your little girl is planning on dressing up Read the rest of this entry »
My First Halloween
First of all I want to distinguish between the best horror movies and the best Halloween movies. I think I have a good example. Jaws is an excellent horror movie, but a poor Halloween movie. The chances of a huge great white attacking you in the dark on Halloween is pretty minimal, unless you live on a boat. An example of a good horror movie for Halloween would be a movie like “The Shining” as insanity is always scary.
To decide what are the best Halloween movies we must first come up with some criteria. Certainly Read the rest of this entry »
Baby’s First Halloween
Your child’s first Halloween is a memorable event. You’ll probably have the pictures of the first costume your baby wears for years. You can find baby costumes at stores like Buy.com or BuyCostumes.com . With any costume you choose, it’s important to read the labels to make sure it’s safe for younger kids. You’ll also want to ensure that it doesn’t restrict movement too much so that baby’s first Halloween is a positive experience.
1. Animal Costumes
One of the first things you probably teach your kids Read the rest of this entry »