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Getting Ready For Santa's Arrival

Christmas is almost here and we are so excited! So much so that we have taken the time to put together two lists. First, we go over things you can do right now to get ready for Santa's arrival. The next list is everything to do the night before Christmas morning. Sometimes Santa needs a little help so be sure to take care of everything we've mentioned.

 To-Do Before Christmas Eve

Remain On Santa's Nice List

You've made it this far throughout the entire year on Santa's nice list. No need to change things up. Stay being good so Santa is sure to make a stop at your house in just a few short weeks.

Hang The Stockings 

​Christmas stocking can be hung (empty) anytime before Christmas Eve. They make your home look festive, and give you a reminder that Christmas morning will be arriving very soon!

Do A Nice Thing For Someone Else

​The holidays can be a very stressful time of year for many people. You never know what someone else is going through. Try to think of something nice to do for someone. It can be a complete stranger or someone close to you. Either way, we're sure that whatever you do will certainly brighten that persons day.

Watch Christmas Movies 

​Christmas movies are a great way to get in the holiday spirit! Sit down and watch a movie, or several, and remember what Christmas is all about. 

Write Santa A Letter

​Santa does a great job of keeping up with what everyone is wanting each and every year. But, it doesn't hurt to send him a letter before Christmas Eve. You can remind him of what you are wishing for this year. Also, it doesn't hurt to send him words of encouragement as this time of year is extremely busy for him and all his helpers.

Play Christmas Music 

​It's finally socially acceptable to play Christmas music all day long! Get in the holiday spirit by playing your favorite holiday tunes.

Break Out The Christmas Decorations

​Time to crawl around the attic or the garage and break out all your Christmas decorations. Light up your house so Santa can see it on Christmas Eve. Also, be sure to put up your indoor Christmas tree so Santa Claus knows where to put all your presents.

To-Do On Christmas Eve

Open The Chimney 

​Be sure to remove the fireplace screen so that Santa Claus has easy access into your home. While you're at it, make sure the chimney and fireplace is clean so Santa doesn't get his beautiful suit dirty delivering Christmas gifts.

Remove Any Tripping Hazards 

​Santa Claus has a lot of homes to cover on Christmas Eve. Make sure he can quickly stop at your home and be on his way. Clear a path from the chimney to the Christmas tree. Make sure there are no dog toys laying around or any other tripping hazards that he may be unaware of.

Write Santa A Note 

​Be sure to leave out a note for Santa Claus. He works so hard on Christmas Eve. Finding notes of encouragement along the way really brighten his evening. 

Leave Out Treats - Reindeer Treats Too! 

Don't forget to leave out treats! Santa and the reindeer need energy to keep them going throughout the evening. Santa Claus loves a nice glass of milk with a couple cookies. He's not picky about the type of cookies. Santa enjoys all types of cookies, but his favorite is undoubtedly the chocolate chip.

Of course the reindeer need treats too. They are working hard pulling Santa's sleigh and they need a small snack too. The best choice of energy food for them is a carrot or celery sticks.

Go To Bed Early!

Lastly, it is very important that you get to bed early! Santa has a lot of homes to cover in one night so the sooner you get to sleep, the sooner he can make a stop at your house. After all, he doesn't want you to see him as he drops by and enjoys the treats, reads the hand-written note, and takes in your nicely decorated home. Besides, you'll want to be nice and rested so you can spend all Christmas day enjoying your new gifts!

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