+1 again to the simple syrup. 5 oz dextrose to 8oz boiling H2O) works well. i also don't take the time to cool it first, for two simple reasons: it'll mix in better at a lower viscosity (heated), and it's not really necessary. everyone else has got good advice above, but i'd suggest a few things.
-sanitize, then sanitize again! you worked hard making it, you should follow through.
-get an auto-siphon, you will love it. one or two pushes, and its started.
-i siphon about 1 gal into my priming vessel, then add the dextrose syrup, so it has something to mix into. continue siphoning the rest, but put it at an angle in the priming vessel to get it to very gently swirl the wort (no bubbles!) so it continues to mix the sugar in.
-get a bottle filling rod to attach to your tubing with a depression pin-tip so all you have to do is put it into a bottle and push it down to fill.
-bottle and cap quickly (don't freak out or rush yourself). oxygen is beer's kryptonite. a bench capper helps with speed, as does a friendly second pair of hands.
-make sure you use safe (doesn't say "NO REFILL") brown glass bottles, and store them in the dark. nobody likes skunks.
-take notes! buy a binder, make a chart, do what you have to, so you know what/what not to do next time.