I came across this item, and I thought it was too good not to share! Glow in the dark Halloween buckets! I have seen them at WalMart, online shops like Etsy, Amazon, and more!
They are not only fun and cute. They also provide another layer of safety as the sun goes down on Halloween. Trick or Treating is full of kids in all directions. It is sometimes hard to keep an eye on your child as they run 3 houses ahead of you. Well, your child will stand out among the crowd with this bucket!
In addition, cars will be able to see them from afar too. To top it off, kids will love these! So, buy one for your kids, grandkids, friends or neighbors! Just a Halloween tip that I thought was useful. Happy Halloween!
You may have heard about the Teal Pumpkin this Halloween. If not, keep reading! This is a wonderful solution for children with allergies. Do you have a child with an allergy? If so, Halloween is probably a very dreaded day for you! You are sweating bullets just thinking about all the candy your child is allergic to that is filling his pumpkin!!
Welcome “The Teal Pumpkin.” Keep your eye out for blue/green painted pumpkins by people’s front doors. This means that they are handing out non-allergen items…glow bracelets, water bottles, beads, pencils, etc. This gives some peace of mind to the candy filled holiday.
So, if you have a child with allergies or you want to protect children that do have allergies…then paint a pumpkin teal and load up on fun items! Get creative!! Happy Halloween to all the children!!
Here is a list of ideas for your Teal Pumpkin:
– glow sticks
– mini water bottles
– mini water guns
– little green army men
– toy spiders
**Add to the list!! Do you have any ideas that could be part of the Teal Pumpkin?
Do you like your children to all “go together” for Halloween? If your children are still young, then you have a chance to have a costume theme! Here are some creative ideas for sibling costumes…
Wizard of Oz:
Hopefully these costumes got your wheels rolling. Happy Halloween! Enjoy finding costumes for your adorable children! And if you don’t have young children, then I hope this post brought a smile!
Pumpkin Patch fun is a big part of Fall time in Houston. Kids love exploring the pumpkin patch while parents love to take a million pictures. I have put together a list of the top 5 places to pick your pumpkin this year. So, grab your camera and pack a lunch…kick off your fall season with a day of pumpkin patch fun!
1. Nature Discovery Center http://www.naturediscoverycenter.org/
2. 7 Acre Wood http://www.7acrewood.org/
3. Dewberry Farm http://dewberryfarm.com/
4. Spring Creek Growers http://www.springcreekgrowers.com/
5. A local patch at Memorial Drive United Methodist Church
Submit your pictures to me. We would love to see the fun from your pumpkin patch visits!
Hurricane Harvey has left months of work and restoration for Houston and surrounding areas! Water damage is hard to deal with. It can be very overwhelming to go through your “stuff” to determine what is trash and what can be saved! If you are currently trying to decide what to save and what to toss…this post may be for you!
In regards to pictures!!! One of the hardest things to let go of. Photo albums filled with memories….and now water!!! So, are the pictures able to recover? I found this link, and I wanted to share it with you because it was so helpful! So, before tossing those pictures…click this link: