We now have Halloween Candy at my house, after Monday night and a Thursday night events. (My plan is to post all the photos at once so you're not stuck with Sea Otter for 6 days straight). By the time we make it to Sunday we may not even bother with the actual Trick or Treating through the neighborhood.
I'm now faced with an ethical dilemma.
Do I eat my child's Halloween Candy?
She's 18 months old, most of what's in there I wouldn't give her (I'm not going to watch her choke on Sixlets). She has had one piece at the end of each of the events, and the rest is out of her sight so I don't even know if she realizes it's still around.
I would really hate it if I went to bed and woke up and my mom had eaten all my candy. It would totally piss me off, and it would probably make me lose trust. I don't want that to happen over a stupid bag of candy. But it's not stupid when you're a kid.
But she's one.
So, I have eaten the Tootsie Rolls, two small candy bars, and a York pattie.
And I totally feel guilty about eating her candy!
So ... do you eat your kid's Halloween Candy? Do they seem to hate you for it?