Wednesday

Elfing Around the House

Last year was our first year to play along with the frenzy known as Elf on the Shelf. My then four-year-old daughter really got into it. She was better behaved in the month of December than she was all the other 11 months combined. (Yes, I know how that sounds. Don't you judge.) You better believe we were going to continue with this little Elf tradition. 
I'd like you to meet Mr. Fred Jack Tubbington...
Fred Jack made his arrival on Sunday and on Monday already had a special little project for my girls. My teen daughter loves the spirit of all things Christmas and is happy to play along to make things fun for her little sister. 

Fred Jack's letter to the girls with directions. 

Peppermint Hershey Kisses ready to plant in the sugar 
Camryn was completely enthralled by all of it. She couldn't stop looking at him for the longest time. 





She took the directions very seriously, as all good little girls should. 
Here she is "watering" her peppermint Hershey Kisses with kisses.


After all the planting and watering and kissing was finished the girls went to bed. When the awoke the next morning this is what they found... 


CANDYCANES

Does your family have an Elf on the Shelf? I'm really bummed they didn't have the girl elf last year because now I'm wanting her! Have you come up with some creative ways for your elf to interact with your kids? We'd love to know. If you've done a blog post about it, leave a link to your post in the comments and we'll be by to check it out. Also, one of our housewives, Mrs. Hart,  hosts an Elf on the Shelf link-up you can participate in. 

I wish I could take full credit for this fun candycane project, but I found it where else but, Pinterest
You can also find ideas on Instagram under the hashtags #elfontheshelf #elfingaroundthehouse . 

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~Mrs. Albright 
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