I'm about as ready as I can be.
I've got the cloth diapers, the wipes, the baby wrap, the receiving blankets, washcloths, and the swaddling blanket.
I've got the cradle all set up next to my bed, waiting for a baby to lay in it.
I've got the onesies, nighties, jammies, socks and other tiny little newborn things cleaned, folded and waiting to be worn.
I've got the pantry, refrigerator, both freezers and all the cabinets stocked full of food.
I've got all the laundry caught up. Even the bedding and the towels.
I've got four children anxious to meet their little brother or sister.
I've got one husband with two hands ready to help ease his son or daughter into this world and our family.
I've got two arms empty and aching to hold this precious gift.