Massive huge apologies for not blogging about our elves antics yesterday!
I’ve been a little under the weather, and had to go out late last night with my Mother-In-Law, to get my Christmas food!!! I didn’t get in until late, and once it was all unpacked, put away and I managed to drag myself to bed, it was just too late to write up the days events!
Anyway, nothing will be missed in today’s blog, and, starting with Day 21 (Tuesday) this is what the children woke up to!
The video reaction to this one was only small (quite like the antic really)-but they’ve just had so many treats and crazy mornings, we thought we’d dull them down a tad for the last few days, especially as Christmas Eve is always a massive one!
Moving on to Day 22 (today), and my lovely husband was already setting this one up while I was shopping last night. Its entitled Elves Do Jurassic Park, and he was super proud of himself!
As you can see from the following video, the children pretty much loved this one, although the moment was overshadowed slightly by Olivia, and her pet pig (see below for the story behind the pig).
So, back to the pig…….
Yesterday, the hubs went shopping first thing to get my Christmas presents, and on his way back, needed to grab a couple of things from the shop. He called me to ask if I wanted a special Christmas themed sandwich, consisting of pigs in blankets and stuffing. I said no thank you, but he didn’t hear because of his signal, so instead I text him. During the messaging the children questioned me on what Daddy had wanted on the phone, so I quickly filled them in. Except Olivia either didn’t listen, or completely misheard, because she convinced herself that Daddy was bringing her home a pet pig for Christmas!
She even waited at the front door, full of excitement, asking him if he’d got her pig. We had to explain to him why she thought that was happening, and he had to let her down as gently as possible. She looked so sad when she realised he wasn’t bringing her one, AND me and Kye found it hysterically funny.
Fast forward to last night, pre-food shop, and I nipped to the toy shop and bought a toy pig. This morning, Daddy redeemed himself by giving her the pig, and as you can see from a very special video reaction below, she was thrilled!
So that’s all that’s been happening here over the last two days, all quite normal (pig-gate aside).
Tonight is the last normal antic before the Christmas Eve box etc gets left, how crazy is that! Only two more Elf Blogmas blogs to go!!!!
So tonight we’re leaving festive puppets out for the children-they love puppets and role play, so I’m really looking forward to this one!