Pregnancy Poem

I have six children and this will be our last I'm scared to death to think this might be it.

Tiny Baby

Tiny movements like tiny kicks
Tiny baby, a motherís bliss
Canít wait to give the tiny you
Huge hugs and lots of kisses too

What tiny dreams you might have now?
I would understand someday, somehow
I dreamed last night, your tiny face
An angel indeed, made from Godís sweet embrace

How else would mommy know?
How much her tiny little angel has grown?
How else would mommy guess?
If her little angel have some requests?

I know that somehow you could now hear
Oh, what a thrill you will bring us here!
Now hush my baby, itís time to rest
Inside my womb, your own calm nest

May God help me to keep you safe
And always keep you strong, I pray
I love you right before I planned you
And I love you more now that I have you

love your soon to be mommy xoxo

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Published: Jun 2009

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