By Shannon Frost Greenstein
It was bound to happen. Chesney is growing up, he has a hankering for adventure and adrenaline, and it’s only natural that he wants to spread his elf wings and break out of the mold.
And it appears he’s doing that by ziplining along our leftover holiday party decorations.
You see, we have candy canes around for general merriment, and we had an awesome winter holiday brunch last week that called for crepe paper streamers (red and green obviously). While it never entered out wildest dreams that these details could be utilized for extreme sports, trust Chesney to point it out to us!
Course, all the mothers here are having kittens, because do you know how unsafe that is??? Just like a growing little boy, Chesney is testing limits and challenging boundaries, and, obviously, the best way to do that is eight feet off the ground with no harness or helmet. This is a LIABILITY WAITING TO HAPPEN.
Still, all’s well that ends well, and he clearly had a good time. But, trust us, we’ll be undecorating first this morning, and Chesney’s candy cane privileges have been revoked.
You can see some of his other feats of daring below, and he’ll be back tomorrow with ANOTHER reason for us to make sure our insurance policy is current. Thanks for the heart attack, Chesney!