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Young Children. General Parenting. Leave a comment Your name. More information about text formats. Web page addresses and e-mail addresses turn into links automatically. Will it have your eyes? Will it love us right away? Will it look on us with surprise? Will we learn to adjust to 2am cries? Can we deal with late night feedings? Will it be a son or daughter? Will it grow up to be like us? Will we learn to deal with the crankiness, When our baby starts to fuss? Will it be a boy or a girl? I guess only time will tell! Blessings upon you my baby unborn.
Safely inside me asleep and so warm.
Sleep must come easy to those who are unborn, as the Maker so silently fashions your form. Sleep while you can now so watery and warm, for outside this world is a crashing storm. Soon you will discover the taste of your tears, so sleep now my loved one, my baby, my dear.
Baby Poems: Baby Girl Poems
Before I knew your name, Before I saw your chin and your nose, Before I counted your fingers and toes, I asked heaven for someone as wonderful as you, And ever prayer and wish came true. I dreamed of you… Before I knew your name. Time is moving slowly, The day is almost here. The anxiety and joy is building up, For my baby boy will soon appear. I have so much to share with you day after day.
And to you my son I will give my love in each and every way.
Quickly, quietly to the upstairs bath I retreat to prepare Open the shiny package In there lies my future, my hope Will I be, will you be? The sample is produced Now it is time to wait Minutes seem like hours I listen to my breath Not daring to consider what might be So much power in that little plastic stick After an eternity, steal a furtive glance Dare to check the future What might be Sigh.
Swallow hard, manage a smile Soon it will happen My belly will fill with baby Happiness will fill our home Blink back tears Wait! Like magic, a thin line appears. Wipe the tears, blink twice A new life has begun. I held her in my arms, and she was perfectly beautiful. My body shook, cold, like I was pulled from an icy river, somehow she warmed me. Did she know she would change me forever? Pain unrivaled, hour upon hour, trudging up this mountain, one step forward, one back, not quite reaching the peak, my initiation was not yet complete.
Would I pass the test? It was almost more than he could bear Pacing the floor, worry lines creasing his forehead. Helplessness written on his face. He was my knight, always rescuing me, but that night I became his hero. After eternity, she found me worthy. I had earned my rank, won the prize. That first night she cried so much, had she changed her mind and found me wanting? Was she as afraid as I, of my falling short, not measuring up? There was no turning back now. Laying in my arms, she must have felt my fear, her little smile spoke volumes.
I loved you from the very start… You stole my breath, embraced my heart.
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As mother with child, each day I knew My mind would be filled with thoughts of you. I will linger at your nursery door, Awed each day that I love you more. Life will never be the same.
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Uh oh, here they come, Those cravings are setting in. First you want a pickle, Then you need some ice cream. Some grapes and chocolate chip cookies, Now that would be quite nice, And then back to that pizza For just one more slice. And then comes the heartburn, Some antacid will make that end. An hour or so to digest, Then time to do it all again! I felt you move today, For the first time you seemed real. It was so unexpected. It felt like butterflies, Were fluttering in my belly. It was such a lovely surprise.
Poetry for unborn children
Running errands and talking on the phone, I am pleasantly reminded that I am not alone. Little tiny hands, a precious rounded knee, pushing and twisting that no one can see. Oh sweet child kicking up your heels, it is our little secret that only I can feel. I look forward to your birth, when I can kiss your skin, but for now I will just smile, as I feel you play within. A careful woman, I ought to be; a little one follows me. They think that I am good and fine; believe in every work of mine.
The bad in me they must not see; my life to them, must, an example be. Two weekends ago I discovered that I am pregnant, Two blue stripes beckon to change my world forever; a simple prelude to the infinitely complex phenomenon of life. How amazing. How wonderful. Pregnancy: a commitment that sets me Free…to love unconditionally. My precious little baby, I have loved you from the start.
You are a tiny miracle Laying closely to my heart. Each day I feel your presence, Each day you quickly grow, Each day your heart beats softly, As only I could know. Growing inside me a Baby to love, tiny and healthy made with love.. Pink or blue no matter to us We will love you forever No matter the cost. Your eyes are bright and sparkling.
Your cheeks have got a glow. The artist paints yellow, pink, and red roses on her canvas, glints of blue at the edges dripping and spilling. Something for spring, she says. She gently smiles, her hand rubbing the swelling curve of her belly, just a black shirt and ragged blue jeans covering another kind of canvas. Underneath something else entirely waits to bloom.
The sweet little baby bump, That glow on your face, That confidence in your voice And that awesome grace, This is the best phase of your life, So, live with all your heart For very soon, Life will show you a wonderful start, Of being a mother! There is a special feeling When you give birth to a child From the first kick of the child To so many reasons that are bind The positive feelings of taking the child in your arms Is enough to make you smile So while you enjoy this happy time with your hubby I would wish you congrats for the same!
Stay happy and in bliss! This bond is so special This bond is so new My baby I want to sing you a baby song I want to take you in my arms And kiss you with all my might Oh what a pretty and wonderful sight it would be To see you my baby Please come soon in my life!