For as long as I can remember, Halloween has meant one thing when it comes to supper time: grilled cheese and tomato soup. And while it’s still a favourite combination in our house, I wanted to focus on a healthier (and a little more festive) variation this year. My spooky supper recipe for Halloween is kid approved too!
Is the thought of Halloween and its impact on your child giving you nightmares? Maybe the neighbours décor is already wreaking havoc with your child’s imagination. There is a particularly creepy clown hanging from a tree a few houses down from us. It’s not bothering my children, but I’ve been purposely crossing the street to get away from it this week!
Keep your child’s sleep on track the Halloween with these spooky sleep tips:
My children are thrilled that Halloween is next week. While we have a solid collection of books dedicated to the topic, we’ve been hitting up our local library to update our reading list over the last couple of weeks. Here’s a round up our favourite Halloween books for kids: