In case you missed any of the Elf’s antics, I’ve collected links to all of them here. He’ll be back before we know it. We’re already worried.
And if you’re still in Elf withdrawal, you can check out the links to the 2015 Elf on the Shelf posts here.
In which the Elf returns after spending 11 months with Santa.
In which the Elf is nearly done in on Day 2 of the month by the Army.
In which the Army learns it might be best to leave the Elf alone.
In which we learn you should never, ever allow an Elf near a computer.
In which we learn you should always make sure your ketchup is at the proper level of spicy while at our house.
In which we learn our Elf has a talent for pooping.
In which we learn that the Elf should NOT be allowed to watch television.
In which we realize giving the Elf fire is a poor idea.
In which we learn it’s not just humans who enjoy a butt joke.
In which the Elf eats Oreos in a most cruel way.
In which the Elf actually treats Choppy nicely, at the expense of others.
In which the Elf returns to his torture of poor Choppy.
In which we learn to never, ever play cards with the Elf.
In which the Elf suffocates a gingerbread man in a most sweet way.
In which the Elf takes it too far with the liquor.
In which the Elf begins taking notes on tortures to visit upon us going forward.
In which Choppy becomes an Elf reindeer/horse for the day.
In which Schooner attempts to restore peace to the house using violence.
In which Choppy pays the price for Schooner’s antics on Day 18.
In which the Elf tries to kill us all, or at least hurt our feet.
In which our Christmas village gets an unwelcome visitor.
In which we learn to keep the blow dryer away from the Elf.
In which we learn you should never let the Elf draw anything.
In which the Elf makes us thankful we don’t have to see him again for 342 days.