There are three very important steps to take in preparation for Santa’s arrival on Christmas Eve. It is a simple process, but if these three steps are not taken, it could spell disaster!
The first, and most important thing to remember when getting ready for Santa’s arrival is to extinguish any fire in your fireplace. Santa will not stop if he has to come down a chimney into a fire. Do this well before going to bed so he doesn’t land on hot ashes!
Bailie and I like to split up the second step, which is putting out the snacks. Bailie prefers to tend to the needs of Rudolph and the rest of the reindeer. This year, she put out a nice bunch of fresh carrots as well as a package of reindeer snacks. They are working, so they only need a light snack.
I’m in charge of Santa. I like to give him some milk in a festive mug, some nice cookies, and a candy cane to help him keep his energy up on the long journey around the world.
The third and final step is to go to bed. Don’t make the mistake of trying to catch a glimpse of Santa in action (that is what my Vimtag is for, which I will set up in secret). There will be no Santa’s arrival if you are up waiting. Remember, he knows when you are sleeping, and he knows when you are awake! Yes, Bailie is trying to pull a fast one with the fancy shades, but she can’t fool Santa!
— Emma (@mygbgvlife) December 24, 2015
Help everyone prepare for Santa’s arrival by sharing my 3 simple steps!
See you Christmas morning!