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You can now buy baby Elf on the Shelf toys to expand the festive family

VERY LITTLE HELPER

IT’S JUST 22 days until Santa will be making his rounds and so it is the busiest time for the Elves on the Shelves.

But they are about to get even busier as you can now buy elf babies to expand your festive family.

The baby elves are not actually part of the official Elf On The Shelf merchandise range, but one clever person has created her very own for you to buy and add to the family.

Christmas enthusiasts can’t get enough of the babies and accessories from Aussie retailer, My Magical Moments.

You can purchase baby elves (£2.10) from the store as well as a baby elf chair (£2.10), baby elf cot (£3.15), teeny tiny baby elf clothes (£2.15), as well as an accessory pack that includes a baby elf bottle and elf dummy (£1.31).

The toy's description reads: "When a mummy and a daddy elf love each other very much, they write to My Magical Moments and we send a cute bundle of joy out."

The babies have proven so popular that they are currently
sold out on the etailers website – but all the accessories are still in stock
and are on sale for Cyber Monday.


WHAT IS ELF ON THE SHELF?

Elf on the Shelf is a toy which is sent by Father Christmas to watch over little children and make sure they're behaving properly over the festive period.

Parents are supposed to move the puppet around the house each day to create the illusion that he is popping up somewhere new and always reporting back to Santa.

The Elf on the Shelf tradition originated in the States, where the arrival - and movement - of the small Christmas dolls are a big topic of conversation.

In other festive news, we revealed how kids can get a personal message from Father Christmas by chatting to Alexa.

And fast food fans can now get KFC and Burger King Christmas tree decorations for FREE.

And this mum created a stunning Christmas bow front door decoration for just over £10 using B&M and Home Bargains steals.

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