Pre-thought, aftermath, side-effects: Eerie

Pre-thought:

To find a perfect pumpkin, you let the baby loose in the field to choose while the adults have fun pushing the wheelbarrow in the patch.

Parents have to think of safe ways for Super Baby to go out trick or treating.  One has to call his Super Friends, Super Mice, Super Grandpa, Super Auntie and Uncle to come along as well.

Safety in numbers will dispel any eerie thoughts of the parents while they are out just around the cul-de-sac.

Aftermath:

Carved pumpkins with lit up candle inside will cast how eerie looking they are. The glow will surely scare the ghosts away.

Gather all the candies; count how many same of a kind in their loot.  Those candies are equal to a kilo of sugar.

Keep the Super Baby away from the fireworks to prevent any eerie mishaps.

Side-effect:

Super Baby had one too many chocolates and was just spinning all over the place.

And these candies will surely bring your dental bills skyrocketing, and your dentist will love you for it.

Cavities and toothless, now, that is Eerie.

And who is going to clean up the mess but Super Granny.

17 thoughts on “Pre-thought, aftermath, side-effects: Eerie

  1. Hahaha! How sweet is that! 🙂 Just gorgeous. Australia never really used to celebrate Halloween, but more and more people are starting to. Of course nothing like the states though. I used to get children where I used to live but his year I had not one. Kind of a little disappointing as I loved seeing the kids happy and all dressed up. But like I said not the States. Loved your post and hope the dentist bills don’t overflow!! Lol Hugs Paula xxx

  2. Hahaha- unfortunately, these super kids grow up and the enchantment of Halloween disappears 😳😩 but fear not because Super Granny has more Super Grandkids to play with 👍♥️😊.

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