Wanted to do a small recap on here of Sage’s Halloween because it seems like her favorite holiday as much as mine. And talk about some problems that came up for us concerning trick or treating.
When we woke up Sage first asked me for candy as soon as we got up and I said its Halloween so later and its like she knew cause she was like Elsa so I told her to go get her dress and she wore it all day long. Even got syrup on it from her pancakes in the morning. We of course went about our day normally went grocery shopping, went by the tag office. Then we went to Chipotle for $4 burritos (which mine was wrapped so badly it fell apart and yes I’m being a brat about it cause I literally talked about this burrito all day long). One of the girls who worked there was so nice though and gave Sage candy because she brought her bucket inside with her and put it up to the counter.
After we were trying to figure out what to do because my older sister had invited us to go trick or treating with her in her friends neighborhood. We tried trick or treating in our own neighborhood last year but because we live in a apartment its a little different plus we don’t really know our neighbors its not a tight community. We were at Chipotle waiting for my sister to respond back and she was taking so long – she had tried to share her location but it wasn’t working. So, we (myself and Sage’s father) decided to drive around and see if we could find a neighborhood and or just see if anyone in the apartment complex was giving out candy. But we began to argue about it cause he was saying we should have went earlier before it got dark and it was creepy (obvs never trick or treated as a kid) it was only creepy because I never trick or treated in neighborhoods I didn’t know and we didn’t see anyone out trick or treating because where we went weren’t large typical neighborhoods but just like clusters of houses.
As we were debating on what to do be said he would just go to the store and buy her some candy. I wanted her to have the experience. It was 7:30 and I turn around to look at Sage in the backseat and she’s asleep.
So, next year I will definitely have to plan more for trick or treating (we’ll also more than likely be in a different apartment complex and hopefully it’ll be a more community friendly one).
Do any of you have tips on trick or treating? Or wanna share what you and your little ones did for the holiday. Let me know in the comments!
Also the Novemeber playlist will be posted Friday.