“While Halloween is generally considered a fun time of the season, it can also feel overwhelming and scary to our younger ones.
I know my sons can’t enter a Halloween shop thanks to the scary masks, ghoul outfits and tombstone decorations lurking about.
Use this Go Away Big Green Monster craft as an activity to talk to your child about things that are scary and make them fun.” – Jennifer Hughes, Mommy Evolution
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