Today my plan is to get this house picked up and the kitchen clean. I would like to have a nice, clean house for Christmas… even though no one else will see it (besides Santa), I would like it to be clean.
Here is my to do list:
Empty dishwasher/fill with dirty dishes
Clean paper basket (We have a basket where I put bills and miscellaneous papers. It is a mess)
Find my kitchen counters
Pot roast in the crock pot for dinner
Put away clean laundry (90% is folded, it is just sitting on the dryer)
Vacuum/mop kitchen floors
Clean off table
File papers from paper basket
I think that is it! Wish me luck. Those things all sound easy enough, but things get tricky when you have a toddler hanging out with you and trying to undo all your hard work. 🙂
Here is the stinker trying to get into her presents early. They have been under the tree for at least a week, and she didn’t pay any attention to them. This morning though, she was ready to rip into this one. We have one for her to open this evening that has a cute pair of flannel Christmas jammies and a movie to watch. 🙂 I was always jealous of my friends who got to open a gift on Christmas Eve, so I knew it was a tradition I wanted to start with my children. It will always be a pair of jammies and either a Christmas book or movie.