Elf on the Shelf, Season 2020 - Episode 3

Last week Cookie and Biscuit disappeared without a trace. We were looking everywhere but couldn't find them. Santa was worried, too, as they have not been checking in with him via Zoom either. He had even missing elves milk cartons printed

Last we saw of them was a note saying the left for the amusement park with the girls. 

Good thing we found this on Barbie's instagram!! They were having a blast riding our dryer!

While it was somewhat reassuring to know they were enjoying themselves we still wanted them back at our house. 

On the third day they returned! :-)

They let us - and Jimmy Kimmel - know they were not pleased they were being mocked. Fauci on a couchi, really? Huckabee in a tree, Kellyanne in the garbage can and Comey on a pony should replace them, the loyal and cheerful Christmas elves because according to Jimmy, this elf tradition had run its course?

In order to get back at Jimmy, they got creative and made this collage showing Jimmy, stuck in the chimney! We all had a good laugh.

Christmas elves aren't sulking for long, though. They have more important things to do. So there they were, ready to help us getting some cookie baking done!

It'd be really interesting to see what they do all night after their Zoom call with Santa. They may have a little too much time on their hands to think up new tricks. One morning we caught them peeking out of the cereal boxes. Where have the cereals gone? Nobody knows...

I don't want to accuse them of anything, but how do two Christmas elves come into this amount of cash over night? I really need to know...

I think I found out: they moonlight at a potato chips factory ;-)

Come back next week to learn more about our elves adventures!


  1. Sometimes I look at your elf on the shelf FB posts and think "wow, she's got way too much time on her hands." Truth is, these days we all do.
    But I always look at them and laugh at their latest scenario, I also am in awe of your creativity. Most of all though, I'm grateful for the laugh.

    1. I do spend a crazy amount of time preparing for some of the scenarios. Then again it's not like we have much else to do: no Christmas markets, no Harley Santas, no gatherings. Plus it makes me happy, and it makes me happy if others get to smile, so it's a win.


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