"What logistics?" you ask. Lets start with the sheer number of events involved in celebrating Halloween. I have two kids who go to two different schools. That is, Munchkin attends a day school three days a week and while Monkey attends that day school those same three days, he also goes to public kindergarten in the afternoons. That means that I have one Trick-or-Trunk night, two different Halloween parades and three class parties. As a parent, that means dressing the kids in a variety of layers under and over costumes multiple times, various snacks to provide, cash to give for the school pumpkin patch and the never ending search for facility-wide-nut-free-candy kids actually want to eat.