Poems about Babies

Poems about Babies – 10 Poems about Infants and Newborn

Poems about babies are adorable as are the babies themselves. The Poems are not for the babies but to encourage the parents to know why the babies are wonderful and more.

Babies are adorable little creatures. They embody every share of beauty and perfection.

Newborns are very pleasing to see, hold, and have. They constantly rekindle our love for them, ourselves, and the world around us.

Poems about babies are wondrous writings that aim to explore newborns’ love, empathy, and adoration. This creative journey is remarkable in its exploration of the lives and qualities of babies.

1. Title: “Babies Are”

Babies are a gift.
Each with their own uniqueness.
So cuddly and small
It is hard to believe that they will crawl.

Happiness is what they bring
Even with all the babbling
They grow so fast
A baby they won’t last.

Cooing and smiling
Wetting the bedding
Eating and sleeping
Whatever they do we are cheering.

Even the most aged
See a baby and they are engaged
Babies melt our heart
They truly are a work of God’s art.

Babies Are - Poems about Babies

2. Title: “Baby Face”

Babies make us do silly things
Make funny faces to make them grin
We talk and we coo
We even call them boo-boo.

Happily, we change many things
So much love a baby brings
We cater to there every whim
Even the diapers, that can be so grim.

Even the toughest guy
Will rock a baby when they cry.
And children love little babies too.
With babies, we act a little cuckoo

Despite all the changes babies do bring
To our lives, they bring the best thing.
The world would be an awful place
If we didn’t see a little baby face.

Baby Face - Poems about Babies

3. Title: “Baby Charley”

He’s fast asleep. See how, O Wife,
Night’s finger on the lip of life
Bids whist the tongue, so prattle-rife,
Of busy Baby Charley.

One arm stretched backward round his head,
Five little toes from out the bed
Just showing, like five rosebuds red,
So slumbers Baby Charley.

Heaven-lights, I know, are beaming through
Those lucent eyelids, veined with blue,
That shut away from mortal view
Large eyes of Baby Charley.

I vow that my heart, when death is nigh,
Shall never shiver with a sigh
For act of hand or tongue or eye
That wronged my Baby Charley!

Baby Charley - Poems about Babies

4. Title: “Wee Babies”

Babies short and babies tall,
Babies big and babies small,
Blue-eyed babies, babies fair,
Brown-eyed babies with lots of hair.

Babies so tiny they can’t sit up.
Babies that drink from a silver cup.
Babies that coo and babies that creep,
Babies that only can eat and sleep.

Babies that laugh and babies that talk,
Babies quite big enough to walk.
Dimpled fingers and dimpled feet,
What in the world is half so sweet

Bouncing, giggling, tears that fall,
Feeding, dreaming, chatter small,
Tiny tots, the world enthralls,
Wee Babies.

Wee Babies - Poems about Babies

5. Title: “The Heavens Have Blessed Me”

I have a baby girl
who is my shinning light.
She is my morning star
that makes my world so bright!

When she sees me
she greets me with a hug.
She curls up so tiny,
like a little bug!

She has tiny ringlets
of golden curls.
Her skin shimmers
like freshwater pearls.

She is my life, my love,
my heart, my soul.
When we are together
we are complete as one whole!

The Heavens Have Blessed Me - Poems about Babies

6. Title: “Grandchild”

New life, a little baby, a little star,
The world awaits you near and far
With guidance and loving care
That will keep you safe and happy there.

There’s family to meet,
Pets and friends to greet.
A long path with us you’ll share,
We’ll always be happy to meet you there.

Life experiences will soon unfold,
Stories now waiting to be told.
Adventures, discoveries, obstacles and dreams
All join to form your self-esteem.

Of yourself, have no fears.
Enjoy each day over the years.
Be proud of who you are, no fuss,
A unique little person loved by all of us.

Grandchild - Poems about Babies

7. Title: “Sweet Baby”

Baby, sweet baby, with tears in your eyes
Rest your head gently, there’s no need to cry,
Come let me sing you a soft lullaby
The sandman is coming and dreamland is nigh;

Baby, sweet baby, with skin soft and fair
And little pink ribbons done up in your hair,
In your tiny world there should not be a care
May angels surround and send you a prayer;

Baby, sweet baby, your cute button nose
Your soft tiny fingers and sweet baby toes
Have truly bewitched me and nobody knows
How the depth of my love for you just grows

So precious and tender your love is to me,
Until I first held you, I never could see
How wonderfully magical my life could be –
You’ve opened my heart and my spirit is free!

Sweet Baby - Poems about Babies

8. Title: “For the Niece”

In my embrace, your life unfolds,
Marked by months, your story holds.
Hopes for lessons, wisdom gained,
Echoes of my past, now refrained.

Yet, nothing I can bestow,
Your journey, you will know.
No flower bows to seeds below,
In nature’s course, wisdom will grow.

As the seed matures, blossoms thrust,
From the flower, turned to dust.
Still, in this wisdom, I invest,
One truth I attest:

Pursuing desires with utmost ease,
Differs from obligations that one sees.
Choosing what you must, in this you trust,
A distinction crucial, a path robust.

path robust - Poems about Babies

9. Title: “A Cradle Song”

Sweet dreams, form a shade
O’er my lovely infant’s head;
Sweet dreams of pleasant streams
By happy, silent, moony beams.

Sweet sleep, with soft down,
Weave thy brows an infant crown.
Sweet sleep, angel mild.
Hover o’er my happy child.

Sweet smiles in the night
Hover over my delight;
Sweet smiles, mother’s smiles.
All the livelong night beguiles.

Smiles on thee, on me, on all;
Who became an infant small.
Infant smiles are His own smiles;
Heaven and earth to peace beguiles.

A Cradle Song - Poems about Babies

10. Title: “Button Nose”

Ten little fingers, ten little toes,
Eyes so lovely, a button nose.
Anticipation in the air, love anew,
We began adoring you, that much is true.

Now, within our home, you’ve landed,
A bustling hive, joy expanded.
Ecstatic you’re with us, little dear,
Your presence brings endless cheer.

Visitors flock to greet the newborn,
Infant joy, hearts adorned.
Fingers, toes, we gently count,
Kissing that button nose, paramount.

Tiny bundle, a source of delight,
In every gaze, pure and bright.
Our hearts overflow with love’s repose,
For you, with joy, the bond only grows.

Button Nose - Poems about Babies

Poems about babies are captivating in the way they are written especially for the deep fascination underlining every word, line, and punctuation.

These poems are exceedingly fascinating and worth sharing with friends. Thanks for reading.

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