Thursday, December 18, 2014

Winter Wonderland: Elf Style

We all know and love Elf, right? Good.

So, remember how Buddy makes paper chains and snowflakes to decorate for Christmas?
(See below)

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Well, yesterday I arrived home and found Alexandra in the family room doing this:

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Needless to say, it was AWESOME!!!!

Later that evening I left Elisabeth laying on the floor and went upstairs to put some laundry away. During that time some paper chains fell from the ceiling and this is what I discovered upon my return:

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Ha ha ha! Silly girl!

Once I untangled Elisabeth, the question was, what to do with all the chains? I decided they would add the perfect little something to our tree and wrapped them around in a way that would make Buddy the Elf proud:

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"I'm a cotton-headed ninny-muggins."

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