Here’s what the Halloween Fairy is bringing Lucas in exchange for candy.

Have your child place extra Halloween treats in a basket on the doorstep. The Halloween Fairy will come and take the candy away. She gives it to the Sugar Sprite to use to feed her many Sugar Babies. The Sugar Sprite collects nectar from flowers to feed her babies during the warmer months of the year, but as winter approaches she needs your help to feed her family. In exchange for your child’s generosity, the Halloween Fairy and Sugar Sprite will leave a small gift for your child to play with.

3 Responses to “Shhhhhhh”

  • foseelovechild
    October 31, 2006 at 4:54 pm

    I hope he’s not reading your LJ. That’s super cute.


  • chilipantz
    November 1, 2006 at 1:51 am

    Can you eat them?


  • parnasus
    November 1, 2006 at 6:37 pm

    X “Trick or treat!!”
    Nice man at the first door we go to- drop drop drop (Candy falls into the bag)
    X “He gave me some candy!!!! Can I eat it?”
    Mommy “When we get home we’ll have one thing.”
    X “Ok lets go home.” 🙂

    Later at home
    Mommy “We’re going to put all of your candy into this bag and the candy fairy will come and take it away and bring you something special.”
    X “Like some more candy?”

    They’re sooo cute, we have the best kids ever!”


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