As Halloween approaches, many parents are navigating which Halloween costumes are appropriate for their children.
According to parenting.com, pumpkin and bumble bee costumes are an idea of the past. Now, the bloodier the costume, the better, at least in some kids’ minds.
Here are a few tips from parenting.com in regards to costumes:
Meanwhile, the debate continues as to whether parents should say no to "naughty" costumes they consider unsuitably sexy for teens, tweens and younger.
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Trick or Treat!