I think I'm ready.
Well, not ready for Christmas but ready for our grandchildren to arrive.
I've cleaned, baby-proofed, and decorated for a preschooler.
First, we have our cozy reading chair with an assortment of Christmas books. We also have our preschool Christmas tree ready to decorate with crafted ornaments and of course, our dancing and singing snowman.
The bathroom is ready with a stool to help with washing hands, a potty seat on the toilet (not shown), and baby bath wash and bath toys in the tub.
All of the ornaments have been rearranged on the tree so that only soft fabric or plastic ornaments are within reach.
The air mattress is blown up and a fun pillowcase is ready for a sleepy head. The "pack-n-play" is ready to go on the other side of the room.
And most importantly, the child's nativity set is ready to be shared. It takes center stage on the coffee table, held by a wooden tray.
I'm ready to hold some sweetness in my arms and kiss on some very, very chubby cheeks. We're all ready to sing "Happy Birfday, Jesus". Yup, I'm ready.