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Isaac and Kayla finally know what it is like to be an elf.  Isaac must have watched this about 10 times before 9 a.m.  He thinks it is so funny!  Here is the note Ollie left by their door this morning….

 

 

 

Isaac & Kayla –

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be an elf? It is so much fun! We sing and dance and laugh a lot. I wish you could come back to the North Pole with me and be an elf too. I thought I would show you some of the dance moves that me and my other elf friends do. So I made a little video for you. Go down to your mommy’s computer and check it out. I also brought you a small gift  today to take on your trip to Michigan. I hope you like it. I made it in Santa’s toy shop.

Before you come find me here is more of my story that I came to tell you…
That night Mary’s baby was born. She washed him and put him in the clothes she had brought. Joseph made a bed for him in a manger, full of hay. Mary laid him gently in it. She called her new son Jesus.
 

 

 

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  1. Oh, what a good mommy you are! I'm happy for your kids and the excitement they have each day they wake up BEFORE Christmas! 😀 (Lisa ~ I wasn't signed in and it's giving me fits. . .)

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The note outside Isaac’s bedroom door…

Good Morning Isaac! I did not know that white stuff was flour! I am sorry I made such a big mess. It looked just like the snow at the north pole but it was so much warmer.

Thank you for the yummy crackers and water and for sprinkling me with the Magic North Pole Snowflakes. They make me all tingly and silly. I like them. 

Here is the hint to find me: You must find me quick I am hanging upside and spinning round and round. I am very, very dizzy.

But first here is more of my story that I came to tell you…

That night Mary’s baby was born. She washed him and put him in the clothes she had brought. Joseph made a bed for him in a manger, full of hay. Mary laid him gently in it. She called her new son Jesus.

This by far was Isaac’s favorite silly thing Ollie did…

 We played with Ollie upside down for a long time.  He kept taking the fruit basket (the gift from Ollie) and knocking the fruit out while it was in mid-air.  Then we would shut the fan off and readjust Ollie and do it again.  It provided an least an hour and a half of entertainment.

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  1. I just wanted to say that I love reading about your Elfcapades! I read it to my hubby every night. Our daughter is only 5 months old now so we are both totally looking forward to the coming years when we can have Elfcapades of our own!

  2. Really cute. "Ollie" is really creative in is antics! : )

    Sorry you are sick…. We were just there last week, Katie and Benji both had strep. : ( You sound like you feel terrible.

    Wishing you health soon!

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