Chief Elf Accidentally Touched?
For many families with children, a fun part of the month of December is to wake up and race around the house to find out where their Elf is now hiding. However, sometimes, rambunctious pets, forgetful parents, cleaning staff or even mischievous children may forget or get too close to their Scout Elf while checking for the latest hiding spot. What should you do when your Elf is accidentally touched? Is it a huge deal?
What to Do If Your Elf Is Touched
Don’t stress. Your little Elf is going to spring right back into their Christmas spirit in no time at all. Choose one of the ideas here and use it to help your family bring back your Elf’s magic in no time at all:
- Write a nice apology note to your Elf telling your Elf how very sorry you are for touching him. This is a great way for your Elf to regain Christmas magic.
- Sprinkle some cinnamon near the Elf. Cinnamon is like Elf vitamins and will help your elf get back to the North Pole and make a full recovery! The Elf will return tomorrow all recovered.
- Sing your Elf a Christmas carol with all of the family. Elves love to sing, and your Elf may well join in. This will help your Elf to recover in no time at all.
According to modern Christmas traditions, there are Elves who work together all through the year at Santa’s Workshop. Santa’s Workshop is located at the North Pole. The elves make the toys and help Santa to prepare for his trip around the world on Christmas Eve.
In fact, Santa Claus himself is often described as a Jolly Elf in the poem “A Visit from St. Nicholas”, or “The Night Before Christmas” by Clement Clark Moore written in 1822.