This is a year of firsts for me. After moving into my new apartment in time for fall and winter holidays, I excitedly had so much fun making Halloween treat bags for the neighborhood kids. In my last home, I lived in a neighborhood where most of us were retired and the only time kids around were on weekends spent with doting grandparents. In my new home, there are quite a few neighborhood kids and I hd been having so much fun this year, making treat bags for trick or treaters. This is the first time in a long time that I have neighbors with young kids. I wanted treats that everyone would enjoy. I made sure to give everyone a new toothbrush so mommies and daddies wouldn’t get mad at all of the candy I gave to their little tykes and I also handed out individually wrapped Loakers Mini Treats to help balance it all out.
After Halloween, we had the best Thanksgiving that I can recall. I had extra Loakers Mini wafers and I let everyone try one. I love being first to share products that I love, with family and friends. Everyone loved them and everyone had their own favorite but there was not one person who didn’t say they’d buy all of the flavors because they are all unique and delicious and the wafers are just flat out fun to crunch.
Now that Halloween is behind me, and I’ve finally (yes finally) thrown out all of my indoor pumpkins and gourds, I’m now getting ready for Christmas. As I did for the neighborhood kids for Halloween, I’m working on trying to come up with an idea for something fun for them for Christmas. I’ve been throwing around the idea of giving them stockings or even pretty boxes to fill up with goodies. I haven’t yet worked out what I will do, but one thing I do know is that Loackers Classic Minis will be included. I’ve yet to meet a kid or adult who doesn’t love wafer treats. These minis are especially delicious with their three delicious layers of tenderly melting cream filling and four light, crispy wafers!
So, what do you think I should do for the kids for my first Christmas in my new apartment? I’d love to hear your ideas and thoughts on that.