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Jenn Thelen would like it to be made clear that no surgical supplies were wasted on Sam.
The Elf on the Shelf: A Christmas Tradition is a 2005 children's picture book, written by Carol Aebersold and her daughter Chanda Bell, and illustrated by Coë Steinwart.
But then she started posting photos of Smarty’s location online, mostly for the grandparents, and then other people started reposting the photos, and then Stossel felt that she should step it up a little.
She was also running out of shelves for Smarty to sit on.
“I had to pick Sam up with a blanket,” says Thelen, because Elves on the Shelves — foot-tall plush beings sent by Santa Claus to observe American children in the month before Christmas — can’t be touched by mortals. “I told Aubrie that Mommy knew special doctors who could fix Sam up.” Thelen, a nurse manager, and her husband, an ambulance driver, coordinated with colleagues during a slow period at their hospital.
Earlier this month in Orlando, possessed by either a rush of Christmas spirit or a sixth sense that supernatural forces were afoot, a German shepherd named Zoey plucked an Elf on the Shelf named Sam from its perch and ripped off his arm.
Aubrie, the 7-year-old human of the residence, woke her mother with a horrified scream.
Their elves are racing the resident teddy bear and Shopkins doll in a potato-sack race tableau.
Or floating around the living room in miniature hot-air balloons until the children wake up.
The Elves on the Shelves of 2017 demand a mise-en-scène.