Trick Or Treat
Going trick-or-treating with the kids this Halloween? Elizabeth Bailey RN and Dr. Rebecca Bailey’s have some helpful tips for ensuring a safe and fun night out in the neighborhood.
Halloween is a night of mischief and laughs, tricks and treats, and disguises galore. Our sister company Simon & Schuster recommends reading these not-so-scary picture books with your kids in the coming weeks to give them a little fright and get them excited for the holiday.
Moms and dads across South Florida may be wondering whether Wednesday nights weather will be a ‘trick or treat’ when they take their little ghouls and goblins door to door in search of candy.
Kids love Halloween but trick-or-treating in the neighborhood can become stale. Here is a list of fun and safe places where your kids can trick-or-treat, watch a Halloween movie or have a hayride outside of the neighborhood.
Halloween night is a magical one for kids – after all what’s more fun than dressing up in a costume and going door to door to get free candy. But in all the excitement in getting ready to go ‘trick or treating’ there are a few important safety tips you should remember.
Let’s face it. Halloween is all about the sweets! Here are some tips on keeping the candy mayhem to a minimum and a few recipes for spooky lookin’ treats.
This Halloween, take a healthier approach by offering something tasty with a nutritional benefit.
Halloween is almost here, which means it’s time to begin decorating your home.
Every year, kids wait until nightfall on Halloween to begin a candy filled adventure which will eventually lead them into a sugar coma.