Trick or Treat with @DisneyJuniorCA
Set aside Christmas, Halloween is my favourite holiday that I look forward to every year. I love almost everything about it. Similar to Christmas, we spend time as a family snuggling up in front of many themed tv episodes, decorating and getting together with family and friends to celebrate.
This year is no exception. Baby Girl has already pranced around the house in several costume-of-the-week selections; when you ask her what she wants to dress up like for Halloween she always says something different. She now has 3 costumes and counting. Baby Ro is too little to know the difference but he clearly likes the display of costumes his sister is running amuck in.
Like every year, we’ll be taking the kids out trick-or-treating to family and friends but this year we are doing something a little different. Miss Priss and Squeakers are just as excited about going out at ages 12 and 11 as they were as tiny little ghouls but soon that will come to a hault. Light bulb. I came up with the bright idea to throw the girls and their friends a Halloween sleepover. Both Hubs and I love entertaining, especially themed parties because we’re basically big children. Although my cutsie version of a Halloween might be slightly different from his scare-your-socks-off version, I’m certain we are compromising on the best entertainment for a party of 12 tween girls, a toddler and a baby.
Halloween just isn’t the same without creepy crawly treats to enjoy whether we are throwing a party or sitting down to watch Halloween themed episodes on TV. I took a little inspiration from the Funny Bones recipe off Spoonful to create my Bucket of Bones sweet and salty treat. My little helper had a lot of fun making these easy to make treats, despite the sneaky eating that was going on.
Tune in for Halloween Episodes on Disney Junior
For the rest of October, Disney Junior will be celebrating Halloween weeknights at 6pm ET, even brand-new, Halloween-themed episodesof Jake and the Never Land Pirates, Sofia the First, Stella and Sam, Henry Hugglemonster,and Bananas in Pajamas.
That’s not all. For a spooky boost to your roost, Disney Junior will be airing Halloween episodes ALL DAY on October 30th and 31st!
We’re celebrating with some craft creations and games over on the Big Halloween Party section on Disney Junior’s website.
How will you be celebrating Halloween?
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Disclosure: I’m part of the Disney Junior Mom program andI receive special perks as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinionson this blog are my own.
Happy Halloween! I love seeing families and all the different ways they celebrate Halloween! Our TV is parked on Disney Junior as we speak! Your bucket of bones is AMAZING! So cute!
What a great idea, having a Halloween sleep over! I would love to do that when my little lady gets older. I have to say I really enjoy Disney Junior Halloween shows too 🙂 Have a wonderful night.
I love the idea of a Halloween sleep-over. We’ve been enjoying all the DJ Halloween episodes this month. So much fun!
My girls love Disney Junior! Love the costumes!