We decided to combine the antics from the last week of the elves being with our families. Both elves had so much fun surprising the kids each morning.
On Monday, Blitz was hiding in between toilet paper rolls. Sterling wouldn’t use that bathroom until elf was out of there.
On Tuesday, Mister Elf in ND stayed in the same spot from the day before – playing Xbox. The kids seemed extremely disappointed. They were reminded the elf doesn’t move when he doesn’t want to report their naughty shenanigans to Santa.
While Mister Elf was stuck playing Xbox, Blitz was busy in Virginia reading Christmas stories to his favorite friends.
On Wednesday, Mister Elf was just hanging out on the ceiling fan in the living room. After their behavior the days before, he just wanted to make sure to keep a good eye on them.
While he was hanging out in ND, Blitz wanted to go to school on the VA kids’ last day. Sterling did not like Elf sitting in her classroom. We had a meltdown until I rescued elf and put him in a safe place.
The next day, Thursday, disappointment set in for the ND clan as they spotted Mister Elf still hanging on the fan. Meanwhile, Blitz, in VA found a spot to keep a close eye on the kids as they’re playing in their room.
The ND kids were excited to find Mister Elf all wrapped up under the tree on Friday. He found the wrapping paper that was left out since I was wrapping gifts Thursday evening.
At the same time, Blitz brought the kids’ favorite drink along with everything they need to enjoy it.
On Christmas Eve, we awoke to Mister Elf chillaxin’ in Talyn’s stocking. Right before bed, each of the kids picked him up to hug him and kiss him goodbye.
Simultaneously, Blitz brought a new friend to VA, whom Xander named Dasher. He also had pictures of himself sleeping with them and a goodbye letter. Dasher and Blitz enjoyed seeing the kids’ favorite light displays as we drove around and snuggled up close as they fell asleep. While the kids were sleeping Blitz and Dasher headed to the North Pole one last time.