Use the Bathroom at Your Own Risk

Rascal had a good time playing Wii games after the kids went to school yesterday.  He got rid of his excess energy and crashed just about the time my oldest son got home from school.  Then last night as I was getting ready for bed, Rascal told me good night as he was leaving to head back to the North Pole.

This morning I heard him coming in the back door shortly after I got up.  It was really windy outside this morning and I wanted to make sure that Rascal made it inside safely.  The next thing I know, he was running across the living room and headed for the bathroom.  I followed him into the bathroom, so that I could see what he was up too.

He told me that with all of the wind and dirt blowing, he felt the need to clean up.  I just shook my head and went to get the kids up so that they could get ready for school.  My toddler was walking around the house this morning calling for Rascal.  He finally found him when he came into the bathroom so that I could comb and fix his hair.

Rascal sitting in the corner of the shower, waiting for the water to get hot so that he can shower.

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Drying off!

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Rascal slipped and fell trying to get up on the bathroom counter so that he could find a nice comfortable spot to sit.

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Use the bathroom with caution, Rascal is watching you.  :)

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What will Rascal do next?  Check back to find out.

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1 Response

  1. Not being a parent, I have to say I really don’t ‘get’ the Elf on the Shelf hype. However, I do see some posting about the elf’s activities on Facebook and it is somewhat entertaining. I wouldn’t participate in it myself because I find it creepy, LOL. It sounds like you and your family are having fun though! Merry Christmas. :)

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