Embarrassing your child is fun and Halloween is the perfect time to do so. Are you looking for some ideas to start embarrassing your children? I’ve done all the hard work for you by giving you the following ideas:
#1. Talk Loud
There’s nothing more embarrassing than a parent who talks really loud and there’s nothing your child can do about it. When they ask a question, just talk as loud as you can. Talk especially loud for the really embarrassing questions.
#2. Don’t Match
Matching your clothes this Halloween is easy, go on your Halloween adventure wearing the craziest clothing you can find. It’s Halloween so you need to really try extra hard to make this task embarrassing.
#3. Ask for Candy
At the last minute, whip out a grocery bag and ask random doors for candy. This is hilarious because your child won’t be expecting it. The key is to make sure you keep your face as serious as possible.
#4. Hand Out Veggies
If you want to be the mood killer for Halloween then pass out veggies to all of the trick-or-treaters. I’m warning you now that you are going to get some crazy looks. It’s all in good fun though, don’t forget that!
#5. Dress Like a Clown
There is something equally amusing and freaky about dressing like a clown over Halloween. If you’re really trying to embarrass your child go for the extra weird clown look or the freaky Friday clown look.
#6. Treat Your Child Like a Baby
Yes, this will totally embarrass your child. If you want to really make them cry this Halloween, then treat them like a baby. Wipe away their tears, pat their bottom, and give them the coochy-coochy-coo.
#7. Hold Their Hand
Mom, there’s nothing more embarrassing than holding your older child’s hand when they are trick or treating. All you have to do is threaten them to not take them trick or treating if they don’t hold your hand. It’s a small price they have to pay to get candy.
#8. Fart Noises
You don’t actually have to fart, but you should bring something with you to make fart noises. This is one of my favorite ways to embarrass my kids. I just bring along anything that will make the noises at my leisure.
It’s fun to embarrass kids, but be nice about it. You don’t want your kid to be sobbing the whole time you’re trick or treating. Hopefully your kids will enjoy the ‘fun’ and will laugh right along with you!