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  1. Happy Birthday, Sister

    • By Anushka Sharma
    • Published: October 2016
    Funny Birthday Wishes For Older Sister

    Once a year we celebrate
    with stupid hats and plastic plates
    the fact that you were able to make
    another trip around the state.

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  3. The Good Little Boy

    Once there was a boy who never
    Tore his clothes, or hardly ever,
    Never made his sister mad,
    Never whipped fer bein' bad,

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  4. Mom's Reality

    • By Lenda C. Teague
    • Published: February 2006
    Poem About Raising Two Children

    When I brought my precious babies home,
    I truly had no clue,
    Just what they had in store for me,
    They planned it as they grew....

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  6. My Extended Dear Family

    • By Virama Ekanayaka
    • Published: November 2010
    Poem Making Fun Of Aunts

    I have an extended family as large as large can be
    Many aunts and uncles and cousins are in plenty
    So if you have got some popcorn then pray sit up tightly
    For I'm about to unfold the story of my extended dear family...

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  7. Tiny Fingers And Tiny Toes

    • By Meliisa
    • Published: May 2008
    Baby Is Cute Poem

    We welcome to the world,
    Your little baby boy,
    Oh, isn't he just
    A bundle of joy....

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  8. Caravan Holiday

    • By Tracet Watson
    • Published: November 2010
    Poem About Traveling To Vacation

    "Are we there yet?" I asked my Dad as we towed the caravan.
    "Not just yet," he replied... he was driving like my Nan.
    You see, it's a slow job towing this thing
    stuck behind the car, ...

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