Halloween serves three purposes for a kid: You get to stay up late, dress in a costume, and eat a ton of candy. It is such a simple holiday to kids, yet there are people who want to make it more than that. Should overweight kids get candy on Halloween?
There have been a lot of cool and useful inventions in the last 100 years. So, before Legos and Barbies - what did kids want for Christmas 100 years ago? A look back at actual letters to Santa from 1913 is a real eye opener about the requests that kids are making today!
This year, some children in Fargo, North Dakota may get a bigger trick than treat when hitting the streets for trick-or-treating. That's because a woman in the city has decided to take a stand against childhood obesity, which on its face it's a noble effort. However, the method in which sh…
Lets be honest...every year I tell my self I will not plow through a bag of Halloween candy. And every year at this time I am buying a second bag of candy because I ate the first one. The only way I have been successful in not eating a bag of candy is if I buy candy that I don't like.
My kids collected five Ziploc bags full of candy for Easter plus four chocolate bunnies so I have been helping them eat it. My husband insists that it is wrong of me to eat their candy because it is theirs.
Every year we buy a mass amount of chocolate malt balls and jelly beans to fill plastic eggs for Easter. This year my husband suggested putting money in all of the eggs so that the kids wouldn't have as much candy after Easter.
We've previously shared with you videos of poor kids making adorably sour faces while tasting the deceptively delicious candy Warheads. These kids are expecting something sweet, and what they get is punch of sour right in the face.