Our little list of elf on the shelf ideas for kids keeps growing as our creative and mischievous elf gets into more trouble each day. This week was no exception as he decided to take on our Santa Hello Kitty in a snowball fight and try his hand at roasting marshmallows by the fire.
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More Elf on the Shelf Ideas for Kids
This week started out quiet until our little elf challenged Santa Hello Kitty to a snowball fight. Thank goodness marshmallows don't melt.
There's nothing more relaxing than a slow train ride around a glowing Christmas tree, as our elf found out today.
Looks like our little daredevil thought it would be fun to repel down the side of the big boys bunk beds. Be careful Tiny George, don't miss a step!
Being the character he is, our little elf thought it would be fun to play cowboy and ride our peacock. Or would that make him a birdboy?
Kids, don't try this at home! We found our elf roasting marshmallows by the fire. The marshmallows didn't last long between our youngest little one and the dog.
Always reminding us of the true meaning of Christmas, elf found one of our favorite Christmas books titled ‘Who Is Coming To Our House?'
Leave it to our mischievous friend to toilet paper our Christmas tree once again this year. The boys loved this so much last year, I guess he decided to repeat it for a few more laughs.