Bring a New Halloween Tradition Home with Sneek-a-Boos

When it comes to the holidays and traditions, I like to not only follow some of those traditions that I can remember from my childhood, but also start new ones with my own kids. Like many, when the turkey is done being served and the decorations for Christmas begin to come out, we have the tradition of the Elf of the Shelf who comes to visit each night until the big day. The thing is, my kids really look forward to the Elf of the Shelf coming each year, and when I think about where the holidays begin, I think of traditions that we can start doing for Halloween, aside from the decor and costumes. So when we were sent the very adorable Bat named Boo from Sneek-a-Boos, I was excited to share him with my kids to start a new Halloween tradition in our home!

With having Boo in our home, the kids get excited to see where they can find him each morning. Boo is from the Sneek-a-Boos, and like the other Boos, he is a shy bat who only wakes up at night to fly around the house from room to room. As he settles down before the kids get up, he likes to leave treats and sometimes a trick for the kids to find in the mornings. He can be found hanging upside down off of the lamp shades, blinds and more, and when we bring Boo from the Sneek-a-Boos home for our kids, we can not only help to start up a new tradition for Halloween but also help other kids who are in need through The Shamba Foundation.

See, when you head to the Sneak-A-Boos site to purchase a Boo to come and visit your family, a large portion of the proceeds will go to help benefit The Shamba Foundation, a non-profit that raises money to help to feed, house, and educate children in Kenya. Making Boo from the Sneek-a-Boos not only a great addition to add to your Halloween traditions but also a great way to help others as well!

Product received, thank you to Sneek-a-Boos as well as the PR for supplying me with a product for this review, all opinions are my own.


  1. Fiddlin' Dandi
    October 5, 2016 / 10:54 am

    I think it's really neat that they give a portion of their profits to feed hungry kids.

  2. Julie Wood
    October 5, 2016 / 12:38 pm

    This is the cutest thing I have ever seen for Halloween. My kids would love this bat for Halloween and I see they sell it on Amazon!

  3. G K
    October 5, 2016 / 11:37 pm

    This is so cute! I love that they've created one for Halloween, and that some money goes to charity.

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