This post is sponsored by Campbell’s Condensed Soup.
Halloween is nigh, and you’re probably putting the last of your kids’ Halloween costumes together, visiting pumpkin patches, buying candy.
Each year at this time, I have some very pressing Halloween questions that I can’t seem to get answered.
Why do 13 year-olds want candy so badly that they insist on trick or treating with lame pillowcases over their heads?
Who eats Bit O Honey, anyway?
Why does face paint never.really.come fully off until about 3 days after Halloween?
When will some parents learn to supervise their 3 year olds better as they toddle into the street without watching for traffic?
How come schools don’t have costume contests for Halloween anymore?
Would all of the neighborhood children egg my house if I handed out pennies instead of candy?
Why do my kids expect to get a new trick-or-treat bucket every year?
Inquiring moms want to KNOW these things!
And the Wisest Kid from Campbell’s Condensed Soup has the answers to these and other burning questions, like:
“OMG I totes forgot to make that perfectly Pinteresty Halloween costume for my kid? What can he be for Halloween?”
Have your kid dress up as The Wisest Kid for Halloween! (hint: easiest.costume.ever). Print the beard cut out, and you’re ready to go!
Already have a costume? Why not make your kid the Wisest Princess? Wisest Ninja Turtle? Wisest Minecraft Creeper?
Mine could go as The Wisest Gangster and The Wisest Hippie Chick. Watch how The Wisest Kid does it:
Also, The Wisest Kid can help you with:
“What do I make for dinner on Halloween night that’s quick and easy?”
No problem. The Wisest Kid has great recipe suggestions!
So get out there, have a Happy Halloween, be safe…and WISE!
Disclosure: Campbell’s Condensed Soup sponsored my post today. I received compensation, but all opinions are my own. Who doesn’t like a beard?