The Elf On The Shelf

Adam Reed wanted to create a "more positive" Christmas tradition.
Huckabee in a Tree sees you when you're sleeping and knows when you're a fake.
Jason Momoa wants to be assigned to a new kid after the one he's been watching for 13 years discovers a new "solo activity."
Comedian and mom Dena Blizzard wants to help parents survive the holidays.
From the Mensch on a Bench to Snoop on the Stoop.
Kids may say the darndest things, but parents tweet about them in the funniest ways. So each week, we round up the most hilarious
Behind the holiday tradition that parents love to hate and hate to love.
I want my children's behavior to reflect their individual nature and their internal desire to share with others the unconditional love they receive every day.
Love it or hate it, the Elf on the Shelf is a common fixture in American homes around the holidays. Not only does he remind
The truth is, my son isn't like other kids, and at the end of the day, I don't want him to be. So rock on, buddy; at least you won't live your life feeling like somebody's watching you, and I won't be scouring the Internet for new ideas.
"See, the Tooth Fairy has to have another job to support this tooth habit of hers. Wednesdays are the day that she works as a spy for the government. Because she's so small she can do lots of really important jobs that normal humans can't, and they pay her very well."
Episode 4 of the HuffPost original mini-series Jason And Katla's War On Christmas. In this episode Jason and Katla delve into the sick, twisted world of Santa Claus.
My wife and I live vicariously through the joy seen through the eyes of our children on Christmas morning.That joy was sapped last Christmas because of a villainous invader whose very presence was meant to enhance that Christmas experience, not destroy it.
From the minute I saw this creature it freaked me out. It's scary, I tell you! The little thing is scary! I felt as if I would awaken in the middle of the night to this little Chucky coming after me.