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#LittleAdamBryce has been in his playgroup for about five months now. For this Halloween season, their playgroup has been invited to perform a dance number at our community’s Halloween party. It will be his first time to perform on stage! We have experienced the Halloween party in our community last year and from memory, there were many people and the weather was humid since the venue was in the open lounge area.
Since the kids will be performing while wearing their Halloween costumes, it can get disastrous if they start feeling uneasy and uncomfortable and might get them off the groove.
As preparation for Bryce’s smooth and happy participation, these are the things that worked for us:
- We made sure that Bryce got enough nap time prior so he will be well-rested and not be in a cranky mood.
- We gave him a refreshing bath using his favourite Johnson’s® Active Kids™ Clean & Fresh Shampoo and Bath with long-lasting active fresh™ technology to last the whole afternoon of fun, games and trick-or-treating.
- We chose a light fabric material for his costume. We’ve seen a dozen of cute costumes but their fabrics are not cut-out for our tropical weather! Tip: We found our Chase costume from Ogalala Shangri-La.
- Once we’re out and about, we packed extra clothing, a fan, water and baby powder. We usually use Johnson’s cornstarch baby powder, but we’ve recently tried their limited edition Johnson’s Summer Blooms baby powder for that irresistibly soft and sweet scent.
Overall, our Halloween 2019 experience was the best so far! Since Bryce gets the concept and appreciates the fun activities and routines around this occasion, he’s more participative and totally enjoys the celebration.
How was your Halloween with your kids? Any other hacks or tips to keep them fresh and feeling comfortable despite wearing their costumes while playing? Share some tips! 😀