The continuing saga of Elfkins, our Elf on the Shelf.
Again, some ideas are found from the pictures on Pinterest. Some are my own.
Elfkins didn't quite make it back inside before Toddler Moose woke up. Good thing he flies with his ear muffs and scarf on! Silly Elfkins.
Elfkins brought a new puzzle to play with. He even almost finished it by the morning. Silly Elfkins!
Elfkins hid out on a wall sculpture. This particular one is about 9 feet off the ground. Silly Elfkins.
Elfkins dusted our fan, but got caught up there when Toddler Moose woke up the next morning. Silly Elfkins!
Elfkins hid Toddler Moose's stocking and replaced it with one he made at preschool. Silly Elfkins!
Elfkins started building a snowman army out of Marshmallows, toothpicks and Sharpie Markers. Silly Elfkins!
Elfkins doesn't know the password to the iPad, so he had to go with the physical Angry Birds game. Silly Elfkins!
Toddler Moose woke one morning to find Elfkins in the midst of partying hard. He was caught with pretzels everywhere and even a few Hershey's Kisses. Silly Elfkins!
Elfkins used some glitter to make a snow angel. Silly Elfkins!
The night of my birthday, Elfkins found himself helping to hang my birthday sign. Silly Elfkins!
Not shown (the only picture I didn't get): Elfkins brought us a gingerbread train kit, and he even took the time to frosting-glue the pieces together. He must have known how impatient we are with that step in the process. Silly Elfkins!
I have it on good authority that Elfkins will likely stop in a few times throughout the year to check on the boys.