Today was the big day! It was Christmas Concert night at the North Pole. All the young elves were so excited to perform. Mrs. Claus and I had great seats right up front.
The actor elves are excited about this year’s Christmas show. They have been working on their lines and costumes for weeks. I am sure the show will be a huge hit!
But there was a “little” problem…
It was swim relay day in the North Pole Olympics today.
There were three elves in each team. Kissy the Elf, Mouse the Elf and Clumsy the Elf were a swim team.
Did you know that elves are very good swimmers? Kissy, Mouse and Clumsy really wanted to win a swimming gold medal.
Today was snow rowing day in the North Pole Olympics.
There are no lakes at the North Pole. It is too icy! The elves row on snow instead.
Have you ever seen elves playing basketball? It is not easy when you are so small. The basket is very high. But elves never give up, you know!
We have all breathed a big sigh of relief. Do you remember me talking about Scunner? Do you remember how he asked me for a tumshie? Well thankfully we have found out what he means.
Have you ever heard of an Easter bonnet contest? The hats I like best have Easter eggs on them! Mmmm! Yummy chocolate eggs!
The elves had a fun idea today. They decided to have a Christmas bonnet contest! But the bonnets were not hats. They were reindeer antlers! Click here to read all about “Christmas Bonnet Contest”»
It is fun to work here at the North Pole. We all love it. But sometimes it can be hard for the elves.
Do you know what it’s like to feel like you are not good enough? Well sometimes our elves feel that way too.
Maybe you think that I can do anything. I am Santa Claus after all!
But, just like you, I do need a helping hand sometimes.
I learned a good lesson today about asking for help.
Click here to read all about “Santa’s Little Helpers”»
We had our Christmas Pageant a little while ago. Oh what fun! It is when all the smaller elves and reindeer put on a show for everyone else to see. We know it is getting very close to Christmas when they put on their Holiday show!
Would you like to hear more about the North Pole Christmas Pageant?
Here is a story I almost forgot about. I am glad Mrs. Claus reminded me!
It was Mouse the Littlest Elf’s very first day in the North Pole Workshop. She was so excited! She could hardly wait. She wanted to find out what her new job was going to be! Was she going to make dolls for good little girls? Was she going to make iPads, iPods or iPhones? She could not wait to find out!
Mouse, the littlest Elf, is getting to be a big girl! She is only 106 years old, which is still young for a Christmas elf. But that is about when elves start to lose their baby teeth and get their “big elf” teeth.
All her elf friends had lost a tooth already. She was the last one she thought. She waited and waited and tried wiggling and wiggling. But none of her teeth were loose. “Santa Claus,” she asked me “Am I ever going to lose a tooth?” “Of course you will. You just have to be patient,” I said.
One day all the elves were busy making Christmas presents in the North Pole workshop. All of a sudden there was a bright flash of light and BOOM! Everything shook and even the Christmas lights went out for a second. Mouse the littlest Elf came running to me. “Santa Claus” she said, “I’m scared!”
“Its ok Mouse” I said. “Its only a thunderstorm”. There was another flash of light and then BOOM! Mouse quickly grabbed hold of my hand.
Christmas elves love their Elf Gym. After all, it is good to play and have fun every day. The elf gym has monkey bars and slides. It has swinging balls and rides. It even has tunnels, with candy cane outsides!