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We have a sweet elf, Noel, who resides in our home around Christmastime. I guess Noel has been watching me as much as watching the kids because he graciously volunteered to relieve some stress and take care of our family's Christmas Eve festivities. A whole slew of fun and games from Hallmark Northpole.
I can just see little Noel, browsing the aisles of the North Pole Walmart for the perfect gifts to entertain his charges. I bet he clapped with glee when he found this display.
An aisle entirely devoted to elves, polar bears, and snow? Hooray!
I'm not surprised that the majority of the items Noel chose were about elves. Peppermint Fling Rings that are tossed on an elf hat, Bake Like an Elf with recipes for sweet treats and fun-shaped measuring tools, and a book whose main character is…you guessed it…an elf! I think it might be Noel's new favorite book.
They even have a video of the city of Northpole that's featured in the book.
The last gift, which isn't blatantly elf-like, is a magic snowball that lights up when tossed. This may not seem like a thoughtful gift, but to my kids, this could be the favorite. See, it's the first year in a long time that we may not have snow for Christmas. Little Noel thought ahead and bought a fun way for our kids to have an indoor snowball fight.
If that weren't enough, he even picked up some instant snow. Too bad he was sneaky and got into it early…
A huge thanks to Noel to for our Christmas Eve plans. Who knew that this little elf, who's only in our home 24 days a year, could bring our family closer together?