Buddy, our Elf on the Shelf, came to visit on December 1.  Each morning during the month we found Buddy in a different location in our house.  Here is the photo recap of his whereabouts each day until Christmas Eve when he reported back to the North Pole.  To see where he showed up last year, you can look here, here, here, here and here.

Viewing The Vase
Searching From Atop The Snowflake
Focused From The Fridge
Concentrating In The Canister
Looking From The Light
Contemplating In The Clay Pot
Peering From The Pendant
Frozen On The Frame
Captivated In The Candle
Staring From The Stocking
Placed In The Pottery
Gazing From The Goblet
Sitting On A Circle
Fixed In The Fluff
Planted In The Presents
Frozen In The Foliage
Snuggling With Santa
Looking Dashing On The Door
Sitting On The Chandelier
Fastened On The Fireplace
Glancing At The Snow Globe
Browsing The Book

Buddy followed us to the Twin Cities while we stayed with Mike’s parents to celebrate an early Christmas.  The final two photos were taken at their house.

Mellowing On The Mantle
Roosting On The Railing

We said good-bye to Buddy on the 24th.  We look forward to his return next December.

4 thoughts on “Elf On The Shelf 2012

  1. That is too cute! 🙂 I don’t have young kids but I think this will be cute for DH next year to make sure he behaves himself!! LOL

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    1. Thanks for stopping by! The kids did receive gifts from Santa even though they weren’t always good prior to Christmas. They are both old enough to know the real story, but it’s hard not to have a little fun with the magic of Christmas.

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