I wasn't there [work], but the kid and the wife went to the 'burbs, Grandma's neighborhood, to do a bit of trick-or-treating last night. It was the first time. [Call us sticks in the mud, but we didn't dress her up as anything when she was 6 or 18 months; it felt kind of funny, and since we didn't have Halloween parties we needed to take her to, it would have been purely for our amusement. And the pictures.]
If you think about it, if you're a little kid living in a nearly candy-free world, Halloween is supremely weird. You dress up in some kind of costume, then you roam around, knocking on doors asking total strangers for things. And they present you with massive bowls of candy.
Though she eventually warmed to the idea, the kid just was not getting it:
So if anyone has tips on how to deprogram an embarassingly over-conditioned peanut-phobe, please don't be shy. Because we obviously went way overboard on the whole "no peanuts till you're older" thing.