With the holiday season, there are so many traditions that are out there. Now we have our traditions, ones that are similar to the ones that we were raised with, and also ones that we have created and added to ours. One tradition that until the past couple of years, I was not familiar with was the Elf Magic. I started seeing elves pop up on friends Facebook profiles, who were not your ordinary elves. No, these elves were magical, and mysterious, creating fun each and everyday for kids as they would wake up. This magic starts right after Thanksgiving and lasts until Christmas. On Christmas day, the elves have to head back to the North Pole to help Santa, but until the big day, they are around to help make some great memories! So this year, when my husband and I were discussing the holidays, we decided that we wanted to add some Elf Magic to our home, and start a new tradition in our family.To get us started and ready for our elf to arrive, the kids wrote a letter to Santa, and asked him to let one of his elves come and visit us and stay until Christmas. A few days past, then it happened, Ellie arrived! She arrived bearing gifts too. With the change in the weather, Ellie thought that it might be a good idea to introduce herself and bring some gifts to keep the kids warm as well!
As the days go on, I am sure Ellie will be having a lot of fun with the kids, and sharing her Elf Magic Elfcapades on my Instagram! I think that once the kids meet Ellie, they will be excited to see what she has been up to while they sleep, and I am pretty sure that after this year, they will be asking Santa to once again let Ellie spend some time with them next year and for years to come, making the Elf Magic Elves, a new tradition for my family. So if you are looking to start new traditions or rekindle old ones from your own childhood, head on over to Elf Magic today, and find that elf who will be visiting your kids! Also be sure to follow Ellie in her nightly Elfcapades on Instagram!!!
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