Baby Poem

A gentle reminder from a mother to appreciate the moments that you're child is a baby because babies don't keep.

New Baby

© Ashley M. Williams
Nestling your new baby down to sleep,
You're getting new memories you're bound to keep,
Putting her down for her first little nap,
Just can't wait for that first gentle clap,
She has such soft gentle eyes,
Watch them sparkle when she cries,
As she awakes you see two lovable eyes,
Looking up at you oh me, oh my,
Before you know it she'll be growing and growing,
In your mind memories are flowing and flowing,
All of a sudden she'll be that age when you look through the baby book page by page.

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Published: Feb 2006

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