Trick or Prepackaged Treat

Usually when Halloween is coming up, the kids and I are figuring out their costumes.  Then we decide what kind of homemade treat to hand out at school.  Not in 2020 though.  Normal has pretty much left the building and did not even look back.  There shall be no costume parade at school, and as I said before, we are staying home on Halloween.  So here we are, figuring what prepackaged goody they would like to give to friends.  Sure a little toy won’t be delicious (or time consuming), but it will still bring a smile.  Isn’t that what it’s about?  Especially with all of the changes my kids have endured and adapted to this year, I love seeing them smile.  I love them sharing a smile with classmates and friends.

I’m not sure what the kids will pick from all of the options at my work.  I’m sure it will take them a while of looking at everything because that’s just what they do.  I do know, however, whatever they pick will mean so much to them when they hand it out.

Prepackaged treats aren’t just for classrooms though.  Have you heard of the Teal Pumpkin Project?  Putting a teal pumpkin out implies that your house has allergy friendly treats for trick-or-treaters.  This way, children with food allergies don’t have to worry about what treat they can have.  If you would like more info on it, please just copy and paste this link in your browser:

So, if you decide you’d like to try the allergy friendly route, or just stand out from friends and neighbors, come see us at Hayes Specialties.  We have a bunch of fun little toys in a variety of prices.  Besides, this way you can keep the candy for yourself.