Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Elf on the Shelf- Day 14- Cocoa time

** Previous Elf antics can be found on the sidebar----> Scroll to Labels and click on Elf on the Shelf**

This  morning Hunter had a little trouble finding Mr. Snowflake. The boy walked beside him a couple of times before he saw him. LOL He was on the Baker's rack in the dining room....
 At least he wasn't in the stable. LOL

 Oh look, he brought Hailey and Hunter snowman mugs and Hot Chocolate mix. 
Hailey just discovered last night that she likes hot cocoa while we had dinner "in town." The funny thing was she wondered if Mr. Snowflake could hear us all the way in Minot. LOL, looks to me like he heard us. :-)

 That tricky little elf, he used one of mommy's candles to roast him a marshmallow while he was waiting for the kids to wake up. LOL, and he used a candy cane too. LOL

 Mr. Snowflake likes his marshmallow lightly toasted... just like mommy. :-) (Daddy likes his charred. ) Mr. Snowflake left his whisk behind, (the one he had yesterday) for the kiddos to stir their hot chocolate. Hunter should have a good day at school after warming his belly on a cold frosty morning.

Last night was day 2 of the 12 Days of Treats and Stories. Our story was how we got the story of Rudolph, it was very interesting. The suggested treat from The Craft Room blog was chocolate covered marshmallow reindeer. I know exactly which ones she was talking about, but I could not find them anywhere. I did come up with a substitute... Pooping Reindeer. LOL The kids LOVED them. :-D

 Hailey and her pooping reindeer.

 Hunter and his pooping reindeer. They are already looking forward to the story and treat tonight.

AND the kids even managed to bake Mr. Snowflake's brownies yesterday. They did everything except for the oven part, momma put her camera down long enough to put the pan in the oven. LOL  And here is what they ended up with.....
Well, I had better run, another long "To Do' list today. :-)
Thanks for stopping by!!
Until later~

1 comment:

Kristie Maynard said...

Honestly, your kids are soooooo lucky to have you for their Mom. So much thought and prep has gone into these "projects" They will always remember these things and you will have wonderful scrapbooks of it all!