Halloween is an evolving holiday in our house. From the earliest days when I placed my baby in the infant car seat so that I could be near the front door to give out the Halloween candy to the year when my tween decided she wasn’t going trick-or-treating until about 8:55 p.m., which meant we had to run to a few houses before all the candy was gone.
What is your Halloween tradition? Do you eat dinner as a family? Do you make a special dinner for your family before everyone heads out trick-or-treating? We love eating dinner as a family. On most nights, we scarcely all sit down to eat together due to afterschool sports and activities. But, when Halloween falls on a weeknight we hope we are blessed by teachers who don’t give homework and activities that are canceled.
On those nights we gather and talk about Halloweens past and present and even future! My teen — when she was little — knew what she wanted to be the next Halloween! I would laugh and say “But, we haven’t even gone out trick-or-treating yet!”
With Halloween just a few days away, it’s time to think about what to have for dinner on Halloween night. Methinks we’ll have something easy. Filling and easy. Pizza might be a good choice. Do you like Tombstone Pizza?
Do you want to win a couple of Tombstone Pizza coupons? Well, you came to the right place! Just leave a comment or two or three below. I’ll choose a winner very soon. Until then Happy Halloween!
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I wrote this review while participating in a campaign by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of Tombstone Pizza and received coupons and a promotional item to thank me for taking the time to participate. Giveaway ends November 6, 2011. Giveaway is open to U.S. and Canada.