Well, Marty has been a busy little elf this past week! Boo is now totally comfortable with him, after a rocky start, and loves going downstairs every morning to find him. She’s already telling me she’ll be sad when he leaves us – I’ll cross that bridge when we get there! Little Man also seems happy to spot him each day, so I’d say he’s now settled in here well 🙂 Here’s his week in pictures…
And, of course, I’m linking up with Life With Munchers to co-host the #ElfTakeover blog hop, and it’s all happening over on her blog this week, so pop on over there and find out our favourite reads from last week. So grab the badge, link up your elf exploits, and feel free to share the linky code if you like.
24 thoughts on “#ElfTakeover Week 2”
Love the fishing in the fish tank!! 🙂
We enjoyed that one, too 😉
Love the fishing rod! I wish we had a fish tank!
Get one simply for this linky 😉
The Rice Krispies is my personal favourite!!
Yes, I like that one 🙂
I am especially enjoying the crisp packet appearance and the fishing rod-brilliant!
They’re easy poses as they’re up high away from the kids!
It’s a close thing between the rice crispies and the fishing, but the crispies win for me this week! Brilliant. Glad Boo has got used to him 🙂
Oh yes, loves him now – can’t wait to find him each day! Hope you’re adjusting, too 😉
Some great elf antics there
Thanks – he gets about!
Glad Marty has settled in and Boo is enjoying him now… I’ve already been thinking there may be tears upon departure!
Yes, it’s a relief. I’m certain we’ll have tears here, but then there will be presents to distract!
I think I saw the fish tank the other day when you did it and loved it then too! Some great ones there!
Yes, over on Instagram probably – I like that one, too 🙂
The rice krispies one is awesome! Lots of great inspiration for our elves next week 😉
They’re mainly the Husband’s handiwork – he liked that one! Saw it on Ian Poulter’s Twitter feed – inspired!
I must do this next year
Yes, do – lots of fun!
Such a cheeky elf!
Ha ha – mischievous!
That fishing one is brilliant!
I was rather proud of my straw positioning 😉