If you're looking for a way to make your baby's arrival unique and special, poems for parents of newborns may hold just the right words to mark your special announcement.
Poems about Newborn Babies
Here are several anonymous poems written for parents of newborns. They can be used for announcements, gifts or just in special notes welcoming new babies or congratulating new parents. Or, use these poems to inspire your own verse!
Baby Poem - Author Unknown
Teeny, tiny little toes.
Small and round little nose.
A precious gift from heaven above.
My sweet baby that I love…
A Baby - Author Unknown
A baby's one thing the whole world adores,
And the best part of all is that this one is yours!
A New Baby - Author Unknown
A new little baby to love beyond measure\
To add to your lives more joys and more pleasure…
Someone New - Author Unknown
To the lucky pair who now will share the love of someone small
To the "someone new" a welcome, too
And best wishes to you all!
Babies Are Angels - Author Unknown
Babies are angels that fly to the earth
Their wings disappear at the time of their birth
One look in their eyes and we're never the same
They're part of us now and that part has a name
Baby, I lie and gaze on thee
All other things forgot-
In dreams the things of earth pass by
But awake i heed them not.
I hear thy soft breath come and go,
Thy breath so lately given,
And watch the blue unconscious eyes
Whose light is pure from heaven.
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Not flesh of my flesh
Nor bone of my bone
But still miraculously my own.
Never forget for a single minute
You didn't grow under my heart,
But in it.
Anonymous (no date given)
A New Baby
A new little baby to love beyond measure
To add to your lives more joys and more pleasure
Author Unknown (no date given)
More Resources for Newborn Poems
- 100 Poems.com
- A Gift of Poetry
- Creating Keepsakes - Scrapbook Magazine
- Drawings from the Newborn: Poems and Drawings of Infants in Crisis
- A Newborn Child by Jill Eisnaugle
- Newborn by Carol Shivers
Poems for Birth Announcements
The arrival of a baby is filled with happiness. Parents spend months finding the right name, picking out the right nursery furniture, deciding whether to bottle feed or breast feed, and when the baby finally arrives he or she is ready to let the world know it. Today, birth announcements are often sent by grandparents, and if it is a second or third birth, they can be sent by older siblings.
Within these announcements and poems babies are often called terms like:
- Angel of love
Some people even create their own poem to make the special announcement. If you're not that creative, there are plenty of resources to help you locate the words that convey the delight, pride and gratitude you feel.
Keeping a Book of Poems
As you find those special poems that touch the heart, you can copy them into a journal to give to your baby he or she is grown. If you date them, and keep up with the journal, it will make a fine gift when your child is old enough to appreciate it as it marks his or her advancements in life through poetry.