Making snowflake paper chains with other toys.
Icing Sugar Snow Angels
Feeding the family pooch
Catching up on his knitting
Relaxing at the beach/sandbox.
Replacing all the photos in the house with pictures of himself
Tea time with a friendly stuffed toy
Turns the milk green
A competitive game of scrabble with the Hulk.
Freshening up in the shower.
Making a snowman out of marshmallows
Painting the little kids' noses red and then leaving them a note to look in the mirror.
A "snowball" (mini marshmallow) fight
Putting more mini marshmallows to good use in some hot cocoa.
Graffiting the walls
Having a nap under the Christmas tree
Playing "Guess Who" with Santa
Nipping into the freezer for a treat
Replacing all the stockings with the family's "unmentionables"
Doodling on all the family photos
Shredding toilet paper all over the bathroom floor
Getting caught up in all the toilet paper
Watching some Christmas specials from the comfort of the bed
Looking out at the horizon with a telescope
Making a mess in the pantry
Bringing back a letter from Santa about how good the kids are being.
Or writing his own letter to them about how naughty they've been
He can even write the tiniest of letters
Going fishing for goldfish crackers
Getting caught nipping into the chocolate chips
Reading his favourite Christmas books
A dinner date with Barbie
And he may even get to excited to wait to open the presents on Christmas.
How cute is that idea, right?
"The Elf on the Shelf" book is becoming so popular that its even been turned into an animated film by Hallmark this year.
There is also this cute video about "Christmas Training Camp" for the Elves.