Rascal had to be rescued from the toy box so that my toddler wouldn’t misplace him or play with him.  I placed him on the fireplace mantel so that he could still keep an eye on the kids.  By that evening, he was ready to head to the North Pole to go visit Santa Claus, the other elves, and reindeer.  He left shortly after the kids were tucked into bed and I didn’t hear him sneak back into the house this morning.  In fact, I wasn’t sure if he made it home in time to cause any mischief.  But I was wrong.

From the title of the post you can safely assume that he found some yarn and beads.  Find out the rest of the story and find photo's of Rascal's mischief: Uplifting Families.

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