Jillian. I have decided that next week I have to step it up to level 2 (insert scary music here). I am clearly not doing the 30 Day Shred as the DVD instructs...
This year was D's first year to actually do some trick or treating, I must tell you that I firmly believe that he is going to be a professional.
D's top three things you must do to ensure a successful Trick or Treat:
1. You MUST run from house to house. You cannot walk. Cutting across grass is preferred. Be certain that your mom does not have on running shoes or pants for that matter. It is much more entertaining for all involved.
2. When the nice people that are going to give you candy open their doors, you must instantly make an attempt to go inside their house. It takes them off guard and they just start throwing candy at you to make you go away. This is a "more bang for your buck" approach.
3. When your mom tries to get you out of the middle of the street due to traffic, you hit her with your candy bag. Make sure that half of the candy falls out so that she has to pick it up. This allows for a quick escape.
|Pebbles and Dino|
This was a minor slip up wherein D tried to trick or treat at the big pumpkin instead of the porch. Do not be alarmed as this only happened once.
I hope everyone had a safe and happy Halloween!