Halloween Traditions and a Halloween Costume Idea from The Wisest Kid in the Whole World {Video}

by Melanie Edwards on October 29, 2013 · 0 comments

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Halloween Traditions

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Can you believe that Halloween is only TWO DAYS away? The holiday sure did sneak up on me and I found myself scrambling over the last weekend to be sure my kids had their Halloween costumes ready. I’m so thankful for online ordering and free shipping – with just a little research and a few clicks, we had ordered my daughter’s Cleopatra costume and my baby boy’s Spider-Man costume. They both arrived yesterday, so I couldn’t be happier!

For Halloween, we typically go trick-or-treating either around the neighborhood or in an organized event at local shopping centers. The kids enjoy seeing other kids’ costumes, the various Halloween decorations, and of course, receiving a few treats! We don’t normally decorate our own house, though I may start doing so next year as my daughter and I both love the colors of Halloween and the spooky fun of it all.

Another Halloween tradition that has caught on in our house is that I put together Halloween gift baskets for the kids each year with a few loved items they can use year-round. They love waking up on Halloween morning and receiving their gift baskets and I love giving them a little something to celebrate Halloween and remind them they are always in my thoughts!

If you’re looking for a last-minute Halloween costume idea, perhaps Campbell’s The Wisest Kid in the Whole World can help you out! Here’s a cute video from the guru himself sharing his fun idea for a Halloween costume!

Will you be taking The Wisest Kid up on his Halloween costume idea? Download the beard here so you or your kids can have a little dress-up fun for Halloween! It’s also great as everyday dress-up fun for kids and a fun activity for the kids to make! Perhaps you can even find a simple recipe using Campbell’s Condensed Soup that you can make on Halloween night while the kids create their Wisest Kid beards – it’s sure to ease your evening routine before the trick-or-treating fun begins!

How do you celebrate Halloween with the kids?

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