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24 Days of Lisa the Elf

Hello everyone! I am a Scout Elf from the North Pole and have decided to take over this post for the next 24 days. This year I finally got my family assignment from Santa. Upon arriving at my little girl’s home I got right to work setting up my display. I wanted her to know she needs to name me, find where I’ll be each day and give her a special treat since this sweet little girl has been sick since Thanksgiving.

December 1st: Now I had a typo. I know Christmas Eve is the 24th but in my rush I wrote the 25th. But I made sure to let her know to get a cookie from the kitchen as a special treat. My name was specially chosen and it’s Lisa.



December 2nd: Since the whole family is sick I thought I’d setup where I can watching over them as they rest and get better. 


December 3rd: When I got back from visiting Santa I decided I wanted a good view of school time. Homeschool is so cool and a lot fun! I wanted to join in the learning but Santa says I can’t talk or move when the family is awake. 


December 4th: I decided to get creative and make a snow angel. The look on the little girl’s face was priceless. I’m glad she thought it was funny, too. 




December 5th: I spent all night cutting away so my little girl to do an activity. 



December 6th: She did so well with the snowman puzzle that I decided to bring back a snowman from the North Pole. 



December 7th: I was missing the cold of the North Pole so I hop into the fridge. 


December 8th: Yay! I found candy canes. Yummy, yummy, yummy!


December 9th: I thought it would be fun to fly!



December 10th: I had to hurry and get away from the smell! Farts smell so very bad. 



December 11th: The sweet little girl of the house has her artwork displayed all over the house so I thought I’d set up where I could admire it all day. 


December 12th: I decided to just hang out and wait by the door of the precious little girl who lives here. 


December 13th: Today I’m just going to rest in the play kitchen. 


December 14th: Decorating eggs is fun! Why not do it all year?


December 15th: Wooo! Riding a t-rex is so fun. 


December 16th: I fell off the dinosaur and the sweet little girl’s daddy picked me up! Good thing her mama knew just what to do to get my magic back. He wrote a letter to Santa and sprinkled me with sugar. So today I’m recovering in the freezer. Getting your magic back is tiring. 


December 17th: This is the last week of PreK. I decided I’d look at all the work this smart cookie has been doing. 


December 18th: This little girl has learned and retained so much knowledge this year I though she should reward herself. 



December 19th: Finally this family got a Christmas tree! Can’t wait for them to notice the new ornament. 


December 20th: Today I decided I wanted to know what it’s like to be a gift from Santa. 


December 21st: The family has house chickens, Togepi and Starly. I’ve been investigating them.


December 22nd: Now I know what it’s like to be a present under the tree. It’s really nice under here.


December 23rd: I found some cocoa and think it’s about time they drink it. Cocoa is great, we drink it all the time at the North Pole.


December 24th: Today is bittersweet. It’s my last day with my Christmas family, I will miss them terribly. However, I am happy to be going back to the North Pole until next December. I brought the sweet little girl a gift for her to open today. I can’t wait to see the look on her face when she opens it.



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  1. Hope everyone is feeling better! I have that alphabet poster.

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  2. Sounds like Stacie is really enjoying Lisa's creative antics! I'm sure she'll be eager to see where Lisa shows up next!

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  3. I personally can't do the elf....BUT, looks like you are having fun with it and are very creative! Enjoy the holidays!

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  4. Thanks for the ideas. We are doing Shepherd on the Search, and my ideas are gone on day 9! Lol!

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