Our best-loved Halloween tradition is one we started on our own. On Halloween Eve (not All-Hallow's Eve Eve...so, like the 30th), if we've been really really bad all month long, Scary Claws will stop by our house and leave us frightful gifts to help foster the greatness of the Halloween spirit:
So, not only do we get to look forward to trick-or-treating (or "atta-tweeting," if you're a 2-year-old titty tat), we also get to enjoy our scary new presents all day long. Yay for presents!
I feel like it's important to carry on traditions from our foremothers, but it's more important to start our own family traditions. What traditions have started with your generation? (It doesn't just have to be a Halloween one, either.) I'd love to hear!