Friday, November 25, 2011

Elf Abuse


 As you can see the boys are looking here at my Christmas elf that was taken out of the box today and put on display. Then I see two legs on the floor and Kalen has the elf body running with it playing keep away which is their favorite game. I restored the elf's legs.
 Not my car. I didn't go off the driveway up where we went for Thanksgiving dinner. My friend did as there is no way to tell where the edges of things are in an unplowed driveway.

Table setting for dinner it was just beautiful. Thanks to my friend Esther for inviting us. 

11 comments:

Debby said...

Tha table looks beautiful. So does that snow, except for the car. How did they get it out.
I hope Santa's elf doesn't tell Santa what the boys did to him. So funny. I bet they were proud of themselves.

missy said...

The table is beautiful. Now about the Elf abuse...I'm afraid Santa needs to know about this!!!

Sherry said...

It's a good thing that elves keep their smiles no matter what. At least he didn't lose his innards!

Jean said...

Lol, oh those stuffed toys are the best. The table looked beautiful!

donna said...

Your baby's are looking a bit guilty? What a beautiful table setting. So glad you had a WONDERFUL Thanksgiving.
Hugs
donna

Kath said...

Oh they are funny, my 2 would have shaken the stuffing out of the poor thing.
Nan I am fascinated by something in th ebackground of your friends dinner table, what looks like stained glass windows?

Debi said...

Such a beautiful table setting and I hope your friend got out of the snow!!! Your babies are looking a bit guilty (or that any second they'll just pounce on the elf legs...hahhahaha) Love that picture!

Holly- Cutie Pie Cottage said...

Is that a guilty look or what? Ha-ha! ♥

MJ said...

That table is looks gorgeous. To me the boys look like they're not only wondering how much trouble they might be in, but also if there's a way they could fix what they did before you find out.

Anita - Soaring Eagle said...

Wow, what a beautiful table setting indeed. I bet one would feel like royalty eating there.

Your babies are looking a bit guilty there. ha ha. It is good that you "can sew and repair them".

You can have the snow! We had a nice Thanksgiving here in Iowa, in the upper 50's no less. I am sure snow is right around the corner though.

My Vintage Mending said...

I will spare you the gory details of our household stuffed toy mishaps with my 3 boys...suffice it to say they usually win. However, your boys have such sweet faces and an innocence to boot...they would have a hard time staying in trouble at my house...hows the car? Smiles...Renee

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