I try to love Halloween as much as the next parent, but I admit to having my limits when it comes to embracing this kid frenzy of overdone costumes and too much candy. Here are five ways I won't be celebrating the holiday this year, no matter how much my kids beg me.
It is the day a teenager can dress up in her underwear (um, costume) and leave the house because after all, it is Halloween. It is the day a little boy who isn't allowed to play with toy guns can walk around with a hatchet in hand and blood dripping down his face because it is Halloween.
Adults are ready to pay for their children's costumes $1.4 billion, while lavishing their pets with outfits that factor in for $330 million.
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From boys in puffed-up Iron Man garb to girls lost in reams of Little Mermaid organza, the marketing machine that stocks the Halloween sections in drug and department stores seems to have sucked all the creativity out of a holiday that begs for imagination -- not shopping.
With a little creativity, you can save money and spend more time creating lifelong memories while teaching valuable lessons to your children.
Halloween is the fastest growing gifting holiday. And really, who can resist with all the amazing things out there around this special ghoul-y day?
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