Every weekend before Christmas, the elves put on a big parade. Did you know that? We have a lot of fun. After all, everyone at the North Pole loves a parade! Do you like parades?
Tonight, Mrs. Claus and the Christmas Baking Elves put on their big parade. They make all the yummy Christmas treats at the North Pole. Would you like to hear about their parade?
First, the Christmas Baking Elves put popcorn strings all along where the parade will go. That is to keep the other elves safe.
Then, everyone gets a big mug of hot cocoa. They get yummy cookies too. That means the parade will start soon!
The parade always starts with the marching Gingerbread men. They are just yummy to watch!
There are lots of Gingerbread House floats too. Each house looks different. Each one has lots of tasty candies on it. Mrs. Claus always rides in the first Gingerbread House. She waves to everyone. Can you see her waving?
After Mrs. Claus comes a whole bunch of the Baking Elves. They wear fancy cooking hats and aprons. They carry big mixing bowls and wooden spoons. They always stop and do a little dance. Then they pretend to spank each other on their little bums with their wooden spoons and laugh. They are so silly!
There are great, big weebly, wobbly jelly floats with marshmallows and fruit inside. They look like they are going to fall over!
I like the Christmas Choo-Choo train float. It is made of chocolate! It has cookies and gumdrops for wheels. It is covered in candy sprinkles too! The funniest part is that it goes “Chugga chugga Ho! Ho!”.
At the end, there are elves riding reindeer made out of candy canes. The reindeer pull a sleigh made out of shortbread cookies! The sleigh is full of Christmas oranges and apples. Yum!
But do you know the very best part of the Christmas baking parade? It is at the very end when we eat all the floats! Ho! Ho! Ho!
P.S. Do you like yummy Christmas baking? What is your favourite Christmas treat? (You can leave a message for me. Or, scroll down to see what others have written!)