By Gtca - 01/11/2013 08:56 - United States - Mckinney
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OP here! A lot of these comments are hilarious! Thanks for that and for those that showed us some support and sympathy. We started trick or treating at 5:15. Apparently trick or treating kicks up in our neighborhood around 6/6:30. Now I know. When I went trick or treating when I was younger, everyone started around 4 and people were prepared. Besides, how hard is it put some candy in a bowl? Also, some people commented about why a 2.5 year old needs candy, he doesn't, but we went for the experience. Luckily, we rebounded and had a fun Halloween after that incident.
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Hopefully the rest of your neighbors aren't that rude. If they are, you might want to find a new neighborhood to trick or treat in next year.
Wouldn't it have been easier for her to just... not answer the door?
Slamming the door is relative. It could be that the door always seems to slam, or maybe the person didn't mean to shut the door as hard as they did. I've done that a few times. In the end, as long as the two year old isn't scarred for life (rather "scared" for life heh) it should be fine.