Did the kid's Halloween costumes survive the storm of Trunk or Treats you checked out over the weekend? That's a big feat to be proud of! Great job! Now onto the next plan of action - finding the best trick or treat route in your neighborhood!

Hubby and I live in an apartment complex that's full of young families and I can't help but to feel a little bad for them come Halloween time.  Why? Because there's no organized Halloween celebration for these little ones to grab some candy on our property outside of stopping into the clubhouse.

Luckily, we're not too far from some bigger subdivisions where these parents can take their minis to load up on Skittles, Snickers and Sour Patch Kids!  And thanks to Nextdoor, it's easier than ever for those parents to know which homes to take their ghouls and goblins to! Nextdoor has re-activated their Treat Map for 2019!

Members of the FREE social network for neighborhoods, can check-in and say whether or not they plan on handing out goodies this year.  If they select that they are, their home turns into a piece of candy corn on the "Treat Map" of the neighborhood.  There are also options for neighbors to say they're hosting a neighborhood haunted house or participating in the Teal Pumpkin project by passing out non-food treats for kids with allergies. Selecting one of those options turns your home into a scary looking haunted mansion or teal jack-o-lantern on the map.

I took a look around our neighborhood "Treat Map" and those kiddos that live in our apartment complex are in luck.  There's a subdivision a block over from us where a lot of homes are passing out candy!

Want to try our the map yourself? Click HERE to get started!