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Danielle

We do not. I have read about the different places it came from but have not shared yet with my boys. They are still a little young. We will look into the origins when they are a little bit older though. That is awesome that you looked into it and shared with them though! I love history!

Khali

Thanks for sharing Danielle. I love history too!

Alisha

I would love to celebrate Halloween in our house but it's difficult because no one else in our area does it. I also wish we got to celebrate Thanks Giving here in Australia too

Sam

Great post Khali! I had no idea about the connection between All Saints day and Halloween. Here in Croatia (a very Catholic country) All Saints day is a public holiday & they're also big fans of dressing up for Halloween, so I'm looking forward to next weekend!

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