Halloween is a memory maker for kids. The fun of dressing up in costumes, trick or treating, parties, they're all part of the fun of Halloween. But, what about the children in hospitals? What do they do? West Michigan organizations and parents are making sure that a hospital stay or wheelchair doesn’t get in the way this year.
I've been seeing a forwarded status floating around on social media about a group of people trying to make this Halloween "Kill A Pitbull Day". I'm usually kind of skeptical when I see these things, so I went to my most trusted source when it comes to all things Internet to find out if this horrible claim is legitimate - Snopes.com.
A Three Rivers mom who is driven solely by the drive to have her kids outfitted in the best costumes for Halloween and ComicCon, got huge praise online for the Rocket Raccoon costume she came up with for her five-year-old son, Chase. Even the director of the movie she drew her inspiration from reposted her photo of the costume.
Ah, Halloween: the one time of year when it’s completely appropriate to scare the fecal matter out of loved ones and friends. If your goal is to make sure children can’t sleep at night, a disturbing urban legend is just the ammunition you need.
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