Re: Is it wrong to "steal" your kids halloween candy?
I voted other since for many, many, many years all halloween candy goes into a big bowl in the kitchen to be shared by all. We started that when our older ones got old enough not to go trick-or-treat (middle school so around 12-13yo). That way, the candy gets used up faster and it eliminates the fights. It would never occur to my two youngest that the candy was actually "theirs" since in their lifetimes we've never done it that way.
Mamma to 6:
dd 10/85 (married in May '08), ds 08/88 (engaged 01/13), dd 06/92, ds 09/94, ds 09/01, and the peanut dd 01/07.
My FIRST grandson arrived Oct 1st!
"If you believe what you like in the gospels, and reject what you don't like, it is not the gospel you believe, but yourself." Saint Augustine