Wedding Poem

Baby Daughter Growing Up And Getting Married

We always hear how quickly children grow up. This is a poem about a father-daughter bond, and that no matter how old the daughter gets, she'll always be her daddy's baby girl.

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She's Not A Baby Anymore!

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Published: October 13, 2018

She's not a baby anymore.
It's a happy kind of sad
When baby girl turns to daughter
And Da-Da turns to Dad.

She's not a baby anymore
When her highchair becomes a stool,
The car seat, crib, and stroller
Find her heading off to school.

She's not a baby anymore
As her baby talk fades away,
And she reads, and writes, and reasons,
While she plans her wedding day.

She's not a baby anymore ,
But there's something she doesn't know.
She'll always be my baby
'Cause her Daddy loves her so!

She's not a baby anymore
As I walk her down the aisle.
It seems like only yesterday
When I got that new-dad smile.

She's not a baby anymore
As I soon give her away,
But she'll always be my baby,
'Cause in my heart she'll stay!

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