So my wife is out of town and I'm stuck with the ####ing Elf on a Shelf.
Santa's Lazy Gnome. :-)
Side... with all of the context below in mind, what is the right age...
I would let them figure it out
Our elf doesn't do much beside move around. Bonus - my daughter has already forgotten about her one
The proper term is drow.
LMFCO. This has to be the last year for this nonsense, right?
I think we'll do Santa for as long as my kids are in the house and long after they know the truth.
hell, my mom still fills stockings for my brother and I
The elf's first note ot the year mentioned it was her last year visiting. *
It's kind of an amazing trick
I'm actually sorry my kids missed the fad. I would've had some fun.*
This is what everyone thinks.
Haah, I bet you would! I avoided it and have no regrets*
My cousin went on a Facebook rant the other day after she and her kids were at a coffee shop...
Our cousin had a daughter who believed in Santa that long. She was incredibly embarassed when she
My 9 y/o is still bought in on the elf. Also, St. Nick who came yesterday morning.
I'm pretty sure my SIL did it last year. My nieces are currently 15 and 13
Our 12 yo only pretends to believe in front of her little sister. The little one understands...
I actually asked the 14 y/o Monday night if she still believed in santa.
mini asked for one when he was in kindergarten (he went to a synagogue preschool)
The police state- the true meaning of Christmas *
You can't spell Christ without panopticon*
We're not celebrating the birthday of Judas Iscarot *