Introducing… Tiny Talk Tuesday!

Tiny Talk Tuesday

Good Morning Friends!

HAPPY OCTOBER!! It’s my favorite month of the year. With every turning of the calendar page we get the opportunity to start anew with fresh monthly goals. The air is becoming cooler and things are creatively bubbling around the house. As such, I’d like to introduce to you the next installment here on the blog… Tiny Talk Tuesday! I have enjoyed T.M.I. Tuesday so much! A big shout out to H on their blog, because it rocks and if you ever get the chance to go and poke around their site, please do so.

Having jumped on the weekly question collaboration train, I began thinking about starting a weekly question series that’s just for us Cg/l people! These questions will be geared more for our lifestyle, and focused on things that Littles love. That said, today’s weekly topic is: Naughty Halloween! Hot or Not? 

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Hot or Not?

Topic: Naughty Halloween: Hot or Not? 

  1. Would you ever wear matching Halloween costumes with your dominant? Why or why not? 
  2. What is your personal opinion on risque Halloween costumes (such as: french maid outfit, naughty devil, etc.)? 
  3. Should there be an age limit on trick-or-treating? 
  4. Would you ever attend a Halloween Costume Party just for Littles? 
  5. Do you think stores should be able to sell costumes that some might find culturally offensive? (for example: sexy Pocahontas, a ninja, a geisha, a gypsy, etc.) 

Bonus question: What is your favorite Halloween candy?  


  1. I love me some risqué costumes, babygirl. I’m picturing a French Maid outfit in your future. Along with a spreader bar, cuffs, flogger… (keeps listing items)… Oh the fun that would be!! 😏

    Yes, there should definitely be an age limit on trick or treating for candy. There’s other ways to have fun as adults, and perhaps even other types of trick-or-treating too that doesn’t involve kids.

    Everybody is sooo freakin’ worried about being culturally sensitive until it interferes with something they want to do. Then, they think it should be done. You can’t make everyone happy, but there is nothing wrong with the costumes you suggested.

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    1. …. I am not opposed to this hehe! ❤ ❤ ❤ I agree with you, trick-or-treating is really for the little ones. I would TOTALLY go to (or host!) a Littles Halloween Party, and I've never found costumes to be offensive 😉 xx ❤

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