4 October, 2019Halloween tends to polarise opinion, doesn’t it? Some people (like me) love it whilst others just want to lock their doors, switch their lights off and wait for 1st November. Certainly, over the years here in the UK we have seen a growth in the celebration and commercialism of this pagan festival and trick or treating is a big part of that.If you let your kids go out and about on All Hallows’ Eve (to give it the correct name), then you need to ensure that you keep kids safe (and that includes tweens and teens) by teaching them personal safety tips and ensuring that there is adequate adult supervision.For younger kids, Halloween may also be a time when you need to manage your little ones’ anxiety because it can be quite a scary time for younger children. It may be wiser not to make a fuss about witches and ghouls and just tuck your kids up with a soothing drink and read them a comforting, non-scary bedtime story.Pets, too, are often not great fans of…
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