December 18, 2010

Small Things Saturday: The Elf on the Wall

I've been sick for a few days. So has the rest of the family. Moe is a little ahead of us, getting this nasty virus first but also getting better first. Thankfully, he was back at school today, the last day before the two week winter break. He came home with a bag full of art projects, including this Moe elf. Moe has the best teachers, who do these little projects and send them home. I know this one must have made them laugh out loud, and I chuckle every time I see it.


  1. Oh my gosh that is the sweetest picture, don't you love when they make those things at school that you could never get done at home?!

  2. OMG how adorable is that? seriously! teachers are so creative! schools make the cutest things now days!

    I am now following your blog! I was brought here through the hop! :)
    have a great holiday season!

    feel free to stop by and visit me sometime! I am a stay at home mom to three kids. Bianca (7), Kai (4) and Asia (2). My son Kai has special needs including Speech Apraxia, Autism, and other needs.

  3. So cute. Sucks that he was sick before the break. 2 years ago we had a snow day on the last day before break and I thought I would slit my throat.

  4. How adorable! It's great when teachers can be creative like that with our kiddos :)

  5. That's a great idea! Very cute!!

    I'm hoping that being sick now means no illness during the actual holiday :)

  6. Awww, that is adorable and it makes a great keepsake too! I am visiting from blog hop, it's my first visit to your blog and I really like it. Happy Holidays!

  7. So cute! My son made something just like that but his head was on a pilgrim when he was in ABA five days a week. He was so little and babyish and I still laugh every time I see it. When it's time to pull out the Thanksgiving decorations, yes, all 4 of them, I love re-finding that pilgrim.

  8. Hubs and son have been sick for two days. I better not get my turn.

    That elf thing is so stinkin cute!


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