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December 22, 2006


Mama Gomer

I agree with Traci. Cute idea, if you don't think too hard about what that elf is reporting back to Santa.

So, I have to ask, when Christmas is over and you put the elf away, and your daughter comes running into the room asking "Where's Elvis?" do you say, "Elvis has left the building"? (It was just hanging out there. Someone had to say it.)

My mom and step dad used to do something like this. They had a bunch of stuffed animals they moved everyday. Yes, they were adults, with no kids at home, but they did like to have their fun.


My first thought was, Is the elf some sort of narc? Is he sent to spy in case you make the move from the nice list to the naughty list?

Some of us just are not parent material. ;)


My Brothers family do the Christmas elf thing every year. And on Christmas Eve, when santa comes to bring the presents, he takes the Elf back to the North Pole with him and promises to bring him back next year. I forget their Elf's name though.


Cute. You should video that (for yourself of course, not here.)

And she must have heard the name Elvis from someone. ;)

My kids are grown and have moved out. I'm going through the empty nest thing, so I don't imagine the elf thing would work here anymore. LOL Maybe someday I'll have grandkids. Sigh...

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