There’s still time for this to be the best Halloween ever.
My teenage son is going trick-or-treating this Halloween. I’m happy about it, and here’s why.
None of these costumes will they blow you away with their cleverness. That’s the point.
May I hand you some toilet paper?
Turn the last few picnic supplies cluttering your pantry into easy, clever Halloween decorations.
Create a glow in the dark pumpkin by coating it with non-toxic zinc sulfide powder. Part Halloween decoration, part science project.
Like 18 Retweet 25 Google +1 21 Pin it 0 Pumpkin carving is one of my favorite Halloween traditions, but it's not the most kid-friendly project, nor is it without effort and mess. Time to hack the Jack O'lantern. Parent Hacks readers are a practical bunch, and together we've come up eight ways to simplify […]
How do you best prepare your toddler (and yourself) for her first Halloween?
This DIY project breaks Edna Mode’s #1 fashion rule for superheroes, but I don’t care. It’s quick, easy, cute, and it involves zero sewing machines.
Here are a few links I enjoyed this week. Hope you do, too.