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Mama Deb
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It's getting darker

And the kiddies are coming in.

In Park Slope, the kids trick or treat at the stores along the big shopping street. We're not a store (well, we are, I guess), so we get them, too.

And they are completely adorable, of course (except for the very tall teen-ager in the mask with the tag still on and *not* accompanying younger siblings).

We have a laundry basket with candy and I'm giving one piece per customer.

Lots of witches, one V for Vendetta, no Potter. A couple of Batmans.

And while a lot of kids have the traditional plastic pumpkin or the less traditional but reasonable plastic shopping bag (and one had a pillow case), I'm seeing a lot of cloth bags - mostly quilted pumpkins, but also other designs, some fairly large. I don't remember this from last year. Are these new?

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The kids in my neighborhood started T&T at about 5pm (maybe earlier, but I wasn't home yet).

And the cloth bags are everywhere. We got Ellie a little cloth ghost container at Target for like $2.

I haven't gotten anyone yet (and it's 6pm!) which is bad because my mom bought chocolate this year and it is good.