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    M2or that is so so cool I have never heard of it but so amazing and fun. Im going to remember this for next yr when ds is old enough and going to turn the milk green too haha

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    So bummed I didn't know about this till last week, where do you get the elves? My ds is 3 and is so excited this year he would so so love this oh and me a little bit too. Love christmas time!

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    I find the elf creepy looking.

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    I think the adventures thing is cute but I think it's wrong to use things like Christmas to make your kids behave :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by callmedragon22 View Post
    I think the adventures thing is cute but I think it's wrong to use things like Christmas to make your kids behave :/
    It's not really all about that. The kids already think Santa's watching- from the songs/movies/friends/etc.. the elf doesn't make much difference. My kids are well behaved anyway, it just makes them think twice if they're tired and cranky.. a little bit of an incentive- to make the elf happy, I guess? Harmless, really 😊
    He's mainly here for a bit of fun- it's like playing Santa for the whole month of December. I love it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chickenfoot83 View Post
    So bummed I didn't know about this till last week, where do you get the elves? My ds is 3 and is so excited this year he would so so love this oh and me a little bit too. Love christmas time!
    There are a few places. I got ours on Amazon 😊

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    Quote Originally Posted by M2OR View Post
    It's not really all about that. The kids already think Santa's watching- from the songs/movies/friends/etc.. the elf doesn't make much difference. My kids are well behaved anyway, it just makes them think twice if they're tired and cranky.. a little bit of an incentive- to make the elf happy, I guess? Harmless, really 😊
    He's mainly here for a bit of fun- it's like playing Santa for the whole month of December. I love it!
    I know more than a few people that have used him in a really negative way!! As long as it's all fun then there's nothing wrong with that

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    My dd is almost 2 and every morning goes in search of 'Evie'. I got mine from the book depository and its a girl and they come with a book too. She's prob still a bit young to understand but dh and I are having fun.

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    Riding one of my husbands transformer toys. There were dead transformers in front of this one.

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    Reindeer rides

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    Having a bit of a party

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