Halloween is often a special holiday for children who enjoy basking in the fun of crazy costumes and free candy. For divorced parents, however, there are a lot more tricks to celebrating Halloween than the ones your children get to play when going door to door for treats. Just as you and your co-parent navigate your way through other events, there are ways to celebrate this spooky time of year effectively, so your children can have a fun experience.
Below is a list of some tips that can help you and your co-parent make this a night for your children to remember:
Of course, if Halloween is simply not a holiday that interests you, you could always give the night to your co-parent and spend it on your own. Just make sure your children understand that you are okay and that you want them to enjoy themselves. Whichever option you end up going for, just make sure you do not ask your children with whom they would rather spend Halloween. It is far too much pressure for them and will only result in them feeling guilty.
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