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They’re still out with On A Dark Desert Highway Cool Wind In My Hair Witch Halloween Vintage Retro Shirt dad making great memories, and mum helps with other stuff (costumes, etc). OP says that it’s the husband that asked her to participate, not the kids, so I don’t think they even care that mum’s not with them, especially as she still participates in getting costumes. I bet they too busy knocking on doors asking for candy to really notice her absence. And if not, I think this is a perfect opportunity to teach kids that some people don’t enjoy some things and to be respectful about it and to learn not to pressure others into doing something they want.