Name: Anna Halloween
Date registered: January 9, 2008
Spring is in the air and people are starting to migrate outdoors. College students are hitting the beaches after midterms to relax, party and have some fun in the sun.
Families across the country are planning for their spring break trips since the kids will be out of school for a week. Over the river and thru the woods many families will be traveling to visit relatives. Others will be heading south to warmer temperatures for a little fun in the sun family style (which is quite a bit different than the college style of spring break)!
However with the economy the way it is a lot of families will be celebrating spring break at home. I’ll be joining that club this year too so we might as well let the kids have some fun and be able to entertain themselves for awhile. How do we do that? Well, costumes of course! Kids love costumes! It brings out their creativity and imagination and let’s them run wild with it for hours on end.
Get your child a superhero costume and watch them transform right before your eyes. With the right costume, they can become anything they want to be; superheroes, ninjas, princesses, rock stars, cowboys, athletes, etc. and the list goes on and on.
This spring break have fun with your children while letting their imaginations run free! Put on a play or have a neighborhood costume party. You don’t need to go anywhere for your kids to have plenty of fun right in their own backyard!
Tom Arma costumes are by far the cutest kids costumes I’ve ever seen. One look at your child in a Tom Arma costume and you’ll wonder why you didn’t buy one sooner.
They are absolutely adorable!
Every year our neighborhood has an Easter parade for all the kids. They decorate their bikes, wagons, strollers and scooters with streamers, decorations and of course Easter baskets and ride down street in perfect parade fashion. The parents sit at the end of their driveways and give out candy. The kids love it!
For the last few years my kids have been wearing Easter costumes and now practically the whole neighborhood does it. It’s sort of an early Halloween because all the kids call it their Easter trick-or-treating parade. If you have a small neighborhood you should really think of having the kids put on a parade. The kids get so into it there’s not much the adults have to do anymore!