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11 Stages Of Taking Your Kid Trick-Or-Treating

Halloween is all about the fun! From driving to the neighborhoods with the best candy (you know the ones), to using your car to keep up the good times in bad weather, Ford wants your fun to go even further this Halloween.

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1. Making the costume decision.

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Dress to impress!

2. Choosing which bag will hold the most candy.

Bigger the better!
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Bigger the better!

3. Reminding your kids that if they see something scary, it’s all make-believe.

4. Driving to the neighborhoods with the best candy.

We all know which houses hand out the golden goodies.
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We all know which houses hand out the golden goodies.

5. Hitting up at least one neighbor's homemade haunted house.

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6. Seeing your kids’ excited faces and getting all the feels.

They grow up so fast. ;(
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They grow up so fast. ;(

7. Reviewing all the treats before eating anything.

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"I'll just go ahead and take that jumbo king-sized lollipop to make sure it's not poison." hehe.

8. The disappointing drive home when your kid isn't ready for it to be over.

And the candy-fueled tantrum that goes down in the back seat.
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And the candy-fueled tantrum that goes down in the back seat.

9. Then literally bartering with your child for their candy corn when you get home.

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What's yours is mine?!

10. Explaining to them that jelly beans are not suitable for dinner all week.

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11. And then starting to count down the days until next year's Halloween.

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Reach every house trick-or-treating this year, from fun-sized to king-sized, with Ford.

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