UK family halloween
From left to right: auburnkay and her friends as Williams in Mrs Doubtfire, Mork & Mindy, Jumanji, Popeye, Hook, Aladdin
Imagine what you would be teaching your children by Reverse Trick or Treating - about acts of kindness, about doing something nice for other people, about how one small act can make the world a better place. It's a lesson that is a world away from the traditional Trick or Treat one.
"Our mums tell us their families love Halloween – and not just because of the treats," Anne-Marie O'Leary, editor in chief
We've given you some brilliant ideas for babies' Halloween costumes and costumes for kids so now we're moving on to the logical
Gone are the days when parents could get away with dressing their children up for Halloween with drawn on cat whiskers or
Kim Kardashian is the queen of the sexy Halloween costume, so we can only imagine how incredible she'd look as Star Wars
The costume dilemma has moved on from when I was a child, you wore a Halloween costume if you went trick or treating, no trick or treating no costume. And that Halloween costume was a plastic witches hat with synthetic hair from the corner shop and a black bin bag over your clothes. Voila a witch.
The pictures have unsurprisingly been shared far and wide, and Tjitske has since had "countless" marriage proposals, hundreds
Halloween is like a thing now. When I was a kid? It was a thing. But like a really crap thing? It was more aimed at teens that would come and knock on your door and your Mum would have to scrabble around for a Mars Bar and shove it in whatever Kwik Save bag they were holding.
You may want to think twice about eating apples dipped in caramel on Halloween. A study has found the traditional treats