10 lazy things for your elf on the shelf to do

Things your elf on the shelf can do that don’t require you to clean up

  1. Have them read a book
  2. Literally just sit them on a shelf
  3. Have them bring a note from Santa with a good deed your child should do
  4. Have them bring a small gift
  5. Have them sliding down the banister
  6. Have them sleeping in a doll bed
  7. Have them making your child’s lunch (I saw this on Facebook and thought it was genius)
  8. Sit them on top of a fan or chandelier
  9. Put them in your stockings (possibly with a little treat)
  10. Have them write on your whiteboard. (A lot less messy than a mirror)

Weekly update December 3rd

  1. I bought my first Usborne Books and love them. I’m having Usborne Facebook party this Wednesday. Email me at missfostermama@gmail.com if you would like to join.
  2. We went to see Diva and the rest of their siblings at zoo lights. It was a lot of fun and my parents joined in.
  3. Baby Zs parents got the cutest elf gift for Bubba. OMG. They are so sweet and thoughtful.
  4. Boys both had doctors appointments this week. Both are healthy and developmentally on track. She even said baby z was advanced. They did get 3 vaccines each. Bubba was fine for his own shots but freaked out that we were hurting baby z.
  5. We had a Team meeting for Baby Z. The parents don’t have to include me but they do. I love that they see me as part of the team. It was also decided that I will start supervising visits.
  6. We had our first visit together and it went really well. I love partnering with parents.
  7. We had our Elf on the shelf breakfast. Our elves were lazy and we had cinnamon rolls. The boys enjoyed it.
  8. I am done Christmas shopping for Princess and Bubba!!!! Yay! I’m waiting for Zs court date to shop for him.
  9. I’m starting to plan parents Christmas presents this year. I think the kids are going to make something with paint on canvas. Most likely handprint art. I just don’t know what. Any ideas?
  10. I have 14 more days of work left before Christmas break (not like I’m counting or anything)