Friday night my two youngest went trick or treating. My son went out for about 30-45 minutes and hit around 30 houses. He decided to call it a night because he wanted to hang at our neighbors (they had a bonfire going and friends/kids over). My daughter was out for about 1 1/2 - 2 hours and hit around 100-125 houses. So she has about three times as much candy as he does. My son is 15 and special needs (autistic spectrum disorder) but has no physical limitations that would prevent him from going to more houses. I knew he'd only go to so many houses so I dumped many handfuls of the candy we were handing out into his bag after he got back so he'd have more than just what he collected. Now my son is complaining that his siter (she's 11) has so much more candy than he does and he thinks she should give him some of hers. She, of course, is bellyaching that she should not have to do this. Explain to me why my daughter should - or shouldn't - have to share her candy with her brother (besides it being a 'nice' thing for her to do).