He first arrived by coming down the chimney. Trying to be like Santa, I guess. He left some treats for Scarlett along with a note.
Day 2: Snacks with Elsa. And Elsa froze the milk!
Day 3: An impostor! Buzz and Woody were not happy.
Day 4: Making reindeer friends, just like the elf from Rudolph.
Day 5: Making s'mores
Day 7: bath time
Day 8: Picnic in the Hundred Acre Wood.
Day 9: Elf bowling
Day 10: Elfie drew on the tub with bath crayons that he left for Scarlett.
Day 11: toilet-papering the Christmas tree, and trying to make a quick getaway
Day 12: Elfie made his own gingerbread house since Scarlett made one that morning as well.
Day 13: Sitting in Scarlett's tree (I think Elfie was tired and out of ideas that day).
Day 14: playing the part of a wiseman
Day 15: Reading a book to his friends from The Peanuts Gang.
Day 16: Elfie loves syrup!
Day 17: Elfie found our Dollar Tree sticker stash.
I've been loving every minute of having Elfie here. It's a weird, strange little creative outlet for me that gives Scarlett a blessing each day. One of my favorite things to do is create experiences which lead to memories, and I think Elf on the Shelf is a great way to do that. It doesn't hurt that it reinforces good behavior as well!