For those who are not aware, an incredible elf has visited our house thanks to Grandma Bonnie. His name is Jingles. Every night we sprinkle magic snowflakes on him, and it allows him to come to life and he does magical things, sometimes naughty and sometimes nice.I was able to catch him a few times in the act. Here are his latest adventures. He built a tower with bath toys last night... "silly Jingles- He's hugging my frog." said Blake.
The first morning after Jingles came to life. Blake wasn't sure how she felt about a mysterious elf coming to life, but she is now loving it!
This is silly Jingles cutting out all the snowflakes.
Just a random pictures of Callie! I obviously uploaded it in the wrong place, but it is so cute. She is always so excited to see me when I come to get her, and No, I did not put her in her crib sideways or leave the mobile down sideways! That's all her.
If you can't tell, Jingles is hanging on the lighting wire, after he decorated my whole house with my red Christmas ornament centerpiece. Blake said, "Jingles... Get down right now. You are making me so nervous!" Obviously, I can never say that again. My daughter repeating me is way too weird.
Bad picture, but Jingles put all blake's stuffed animals on the bed and is hugging Jeremiah on the very top! Blake thought this was her favorite surprise because she got to sleep with all her animals.
He has also dyed our milk green, spread all Blake's socks and underwear all over the house, spilled Shade's food, and gave Blake and Callie a new Little People Nativity which was a big hit!
WE are so lucky to have a great ELF living with us for a few days.
Does anyone else have an elf at their house and have some ideas of what these elves might do? Just so I can be on the look out, of course. :)
We love you Grandma Bonnie. We are so lucky that you love us so much that you put in all this work to inspire imagination and creativity in our children. You are an incredible grandma and mom and I am in awe of the work you do to put these 12 days of Christmas together. We are truly grateful. It is a wonderful sign of love for us and for our children.