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Oct

Happy Halloween! As you put the finishing touches on your kids’ costumes and load up your cauldron with candies and other treats, you might also be getting ready to drive your kids to another neighborhood to go trick-or-treating in. Many parents claim that their neighbors don’t get excited about the Halloween spirit, or that they simply don’t trust their neighbors to take care of their kiddies while they parade around the neighborhood. As a result, they send their kids to other neighborhoods to partake in the festivities.

Do you take your kids to another neighborhood to trick-or-treat? Have you seen kids being shuttled into your neighborhood? Does it enhance the spirit of Halloween, or does it leave you feeling frightfully upset? You tell us!

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  1. krellpw says:

    Whirlwind and I will be prowling our own neighborhood tonight. He’s going as a tiger. Been practicing his roar for a week. He’s even got the neighborhood mapped out. Should be a blast.

    We have seen some kids shuttled into our neighborhood. I say, the more the merrier. The real fun is living in rural NC, some of the kids are shuttled around on ATV’s with trailers! Love that!

  2. christina says:

    We live in a good size neighborhood and two of my sisters and both of my sister in laws bring their kid out here. Here people come from all over they park at one of the two elementry schools nesled in the neighborhood or one of the many churchs. However in Ky, in some of the smaller towns, they trick or treated on the 30th and now they plan to come to the city too! They are already taking away from the many kid who already live here and they are trick or treating twice. I don’t think that is right, but as for those who live in appartments or farm country where trick or treating is not normally held I say they are more than welcome. After all do our kid need a whole pillow case full of candy?

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