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Halloween: Time-Sharing During Minor Holidays
Halloween: Time-Sharing During Minor Holidays

Because Halloween falls on a different day each year and we usually don’t get the day off work, the holiday often gets overlooked in parenting plans. Anyone who has a son or daughter, though, knows how excited children can get about All Hallow’s Eve. Don’t let the holiday ...

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