Is there any activity or holiday that you or your religion doesn't believe in celebrating? If so, how does it affect your children?
I'll use trick-or-treating as an example. If you don't let them, do they ever ask if they can anyways? Do they feel like they're missing out?
Answer by Dr.Donna at 8:47 AM on Sep. 3, 2010
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Halloween....my son particpates in the classroom party which is called Fall festival but we do not allow dressing up (the school does not either) or let him go out to get candy. We just tell him its not part of our religious beliefs...he only wanted to do this once and shows that he is satisfied with having the classroom parties
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