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This year after reading a magazine article that suggested this I've decided to go candy-less, or at least candy minimal. Dan suggested I should buy one bag, though I haven't decided if I'll listen to him this time. So, should you be wondering what I'll be handing out when the ghouls and goblins come a calling I've prepared a nice list... some of these I'm getting, some I'm considering but all of them are festive. Not to mention I'll be a hit with all the neighborhood Moms. That was sarcasm which makes more sense if you knew that metal kazoos were on the original list I read. You can get 'em at kazoos.com for $2 but I'm cheap and refuse to spend that much money on kids I don't know. Interestingly, I went to that website (again, in the name of research) and was surprised to find how many different kids of kazoos there are. Anyway, still not spending that much on kids I don't know.
(Caution: Some of these are apparently not suitable for children under 3 years old - or so I read)
* Temporary Tattoos or Friendly Frights Kids Tattoos
* Plastic Spider Rings
* Halloween Activity Pads
* Halloween Pencils (cause you can't have an activity pad without a pencil!)
* Halloween Erasers (see above reason)
* Halloween Silly Bandz
* The mega assortment of lots of the above
* The girl themed mega assortment
What are your plans for Halloween? Are you stocking up on bags and bags of candy? Do you buy candy that you don't like to eat so you won't be tempted? What are your tricks and treats to deal with this sugar laced holiday?