Halloween is NOT cancelled!
I myself have been a superfan of Halloween since I was a child, insisting my mother dress me up as Catwoman when I was 4 years old. She and my grandmother were the ones who taught me the sewing skills that helped me start Princess & Me Parties.
We may still have to make some changes this year when it comes to this special holiday, but that doesn't mean that we can't still have fun (and be safe). Here are some ways to make this year truly one-of-a-kind.
I know, I know - but Ali SUGAR!! This one is super fun and Halloween is a special occasion ;)
Click Here to watch this adorable YouTube video of a Mom do the Taste Test with her three kids. It's really entertaining.
If your kids have fun with the Blindfold concept, take it a step further and do what Serious Fun Mom did - she got her little princess to try new and healthy foods!
This book has loads of creative ways to make food into art the kids will eat.
Disappearing into forts and cardboard boxes with my imagination and my brother was one of my favorite childhood activities.
Check out these 7 awesome fort ideas from Seeme & Liz or watch these kids on YouTube build one. They work together. So cute!
Now make it spooky and add some decorations like Crafted Paper Spiders or Bats (spooky cave?) or one of these 125 craft ideas from This Tiny Blue House, then snuggle up with a fun story book like one from this Princess Themed Collection read by flashlight for added spookiness.
Don't wanna use your sheets? Check out this cool Fort Kit.