Chip, the Elf on the Shelf, arrives at your house in a box. Santa sends these elves randomly to homes to check on little ones and report back to him. Not every home gets an elf and not every home receives on each year. Parents can expedite this process by pre-paying for one.So, [...Read More]
Chip picks a new location to sit each night to watch over the family. There’s one caveat. Chip cannot be touched by anyone. If he does, he’ll fall extremely ill and may not return. There’s also a movie that depicts this.
In the Twelve Pains of Christmas, Bob Rivers tags the usual TV shows as ‘stale TV specials.’ I like to think of them as vintage classics.So, the other day, the kids broke out some of [...Read More]
This morning we awoke to our first inch of snow in Northeastern Pennsylvania. One of our favorite looks for our light display is seeing the lights shine through the snow. We’ll try to grab a [...Read More]
I’m assuming by now that you’ve heard of the story of the Elf on the Shelf. If not, here’s a quick synopsis:
So earlier today we set our light show to kick off for the 2012 holiday season. As usual, we plan on having a 5pm, 6pm, 7pm, 8pm, and 9pm animated show each night through January [...Read More]
We’re now on Facebook and Twitter. Visit us on both by searching for MyLightDisplay on Facebook (Facebook Fan Page) on on Twitter @MyLightDisplay. We’ll post additional photos on both sites. We’ll also keep the hours [...Read More]