Fall and Halloween Gifts

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  1. Victoria
    Victoria at

    Trunk or treat

  2. Tauni
    Tauni at

    As a child I remember going through the neighborhood block, by block…It was hard work for a plastic pumpkin full of candy.

    Today, we take the kids trunk-or-treating (and to Dad’s office). They come home with such a haul, it usually lasts all year.

    We love trunk-or-treating. It is convenient, safe and warm on those particularly cold Utah Halloween nights. But, it certainly speaks to how things have changed…I imagine we worked off quite a few of the calories ingested with all of our walking 🙂

  3. Stefanie
    Stefanie at

    I have so many fun memories of trick or treating as a kid, so that definitely gets my vote.

  4. michele
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    trunk-or-treating is for sissies! back in my day, we had to work hard for our candy, walking uphill in the snow both ways. we did the trunk-or-treat thing once and it was mass chaos, with swarms of ungrateful kids pushing their way to get a piece of candy. We decided not to do that again. When kids have to go door to door for their candy, they appreciate it so much more. The problem is, in neighborhoods where trunk-or-treat is the norm, nobody is home for trick-or-treating purists. my vote…have a halloween party on a day other than halloween, and save halloween for trick-or-treating.

  5. World Spinner
    World Spinner at

    Reader Poll: Trunk-or-Treat vs. Door-to-Door…

    Here at World Spinner we are debating the same thing……

  6. Anonymous
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    Sorry to be rude, but trunk-or-treat is sissy.

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