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Sentimental Gift Cards for the New Baby

Sentimental Cards for Baby - From all relatives!

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Bring a tear to the eye with these beautifully written gift cards for the new baby. 5"x7" keepsake card printed on acid free paper. Each comes individually packaged with a white envelope and colored ribbon. Choose from several different relatives.

Cards are safe to use in all scrapbooks.
Below are the different titles and poems.

All words below are copyrighted by Teri Harrison and are not to be copied for personal use.

MOTHER'S HEART
I loved you from the very start,
You stole my breath, embraced my heart.
Our life together has just begun,
You're part of me my little one.
As mother with child, each day I grew,
My mind was filled with thoughts of you.
I'd daydream of the things we'd share,
Like late-night bottles and teddy bears.
Like first steps and skinned knees,
Like bedtime stories and ABC's.
I thought of things you'd want to know,
Like how birds fly and flowers grow.
I thought of lessons I'd need to share,
Like standing tall and playing fair.
When I first saw your precious face,
I prayed your life be touched with grace.
I thanked the angels from above,
And promised you unending love.
Each night I lay you down to sleep,
I gently kiss your head and cheek.
I count your little fingers and toes,
I memorize your eyes and nose.
I linger at your nursery door,
Awed each day I love you more.
Through misty eyes, I dim the light,
I whisper "I love you" every night.
I loved you from the very start,
You stole my breath, embraced my heart.
As mother and child our journey's begun,
My heart's yours forever my little one.
© by Teri Harrison

DADDY'S HEART
When I heard the news of you,
I did the things most Daddies do.
I opened up my heart so wide,
For you to have a place inside.
As each day passed I'd think of you,
I'd watch you grow, I was expecting too!
I'd try to imagine the person you'd be,
Would you look or act like me?
I thought of the things that we would do,
The times we'd share, just us two.
I would give you piggy back rides,
Push your swing and watch you slide.
I would teach you how to ride a bike,
Catch your first ball and throw your first strike.
I would hold your hand in mine,
Be your protector, strong yet kind.
I would be your hero and friend,
Give love and advice on which you'd depend.
I will always remember the day you were born,
I cradled a miracle, small and warm.
What words I had were scarce and few,
A tear and a smile were the best I could do.
Life gave me a moment, precious and rare,
Bursting with pride, excitement and care.
I promised you then, all that I had,
See, you were my child and I was your dad.
When I heard the news of you,
I did the things most Daddies do.
I opened up my heart so wide,
Where you will always have a place inside.
© by Teri Harrison

GRANDMA'S HEART
NANA'S HEART
When I heard you were on the way,
I smiled and wiped a tear away.
I cried the tear because I knew,
My heart had held a place for you.
As each day your Mommy grew,
I thought and thought and thought of you.
I wondered if you were a girl or a boy.
And what would be your favorite toy.
I wondered what games we'd play,
And how we would spend a day.
Would we talk or read or bake?
Oh, what special friends we'd make!
Would we dance or skip or sing?
What would be your favorite thing?
Would we cuddle, kiss and hug?
What would give my heart a tug?
When you were born, I held you close,
It's what I'd dreamed of most.
I touched your tiny fingers and toes,
I kissed your head, your cheek and nose.
Hello little grandchild,it is me,
My heart as happy as can be.
I wish for you the sun and moon,
I wish for you a happy tune.
Know that Grandma's always near,
I'd do anything, anything for you my dear.
When I heard you were on the way,
I smiled and wiped a tear away.
I cried the tear because I knew,
My heart would always belong to you.
© by Teri Harrison

GRANDPA'S HEART
News of you has taught me more,
I know now what a long life's for.
I've found through you my magic heart,
The kinder, gentler, patient part.
While I waited those months for you,
I reflected on the things we'd do.
I would be your special friend,
Have secrets to share and pennies to spend.
I would tell you of the past,
Leave you memories that would always last.
I would grant your every wish,
Like bigger scoops in your ice cream dish.
I would be your biggest fan,
The one cheering loudest from the stands.
I'd play games of make believe,
Pull magic tricks from up my sleeve.
I'd take lots of photographs,
And be generous with smiles and laughs.
The first time you were in my arms,
I felt the miracle of your charms.
I placed your newborn hand in mine,
And understood the gift of time.
Tender feelings are hard to express,
Grandchild,it is me you've blessed.
Your life gives me another chance,
A youthful heart and eyes that dance.
News of you has taught me more,
I know now what a long life is for.
I give to you the magic part,
Of your Grandpa's loving heart.
© by Teri Harrison

AUNT'S HEART
The day I heard the news of you,
My heart smiled because I knew.
A little child to simply love,
With all the best your aunt's made of.
I would brighten to think of you,
And imagine all the things we'd do.
I'd invent silly sounds and faces,
And shop at the lovliest baby places.
You'd paint pictures just for me,
In chorus we'd sing our ABC's.
I'd glow from the twinkle in your eyes,
Each time your special aunt stopped by.
You'd lead me by the hand to play,
Insist I never leave, but stay.
You'd love to call me on the phone,
I'd marvel at how much you've grown.
I'd tell tales from your parents' youth,
Prize photos of you with your missing tooth.
When you were born, I welcomed you,
You were our family's dream come true.
A little angel now ours to hold,
Your Aunt's heart blossoms and unfolds.
I was love struck, I held you tight,
Your new life made the world seem right.
Like a big sister and best friend,
I'd be there for you again and again.
The day I heard the news of you,
My heart smiled, because I knew.
A friend to always simply love,
And give the best your Aunt's made of.
© by Teri Harrison

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