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What are some examples of poems for baby showers?

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An example of a poem for a baby shower is "Babies Are Like Flowers," a five-line poem about tending to a child like a delicate flower. Another example is "There's Nothing Like A Baby," which describes all the cute physical characteristics of babies.

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Another example of a poem for a baby shower is called "A Note To Mr. Stork." This poem addresses the Stork and asks him to make sure the baby is delivered to his parents safely and with features that mimic the parents both physically and spiritually. In the poem "Welcome Baby," the narrator tells the baby that the whole world is excited to meet him and watch him grow up over the years.

Baby shower poems are useful for promoting a specific theme on the invitations or for presenting a special gift during the party. Creating a poem specifically for the shower is one way to give guests special instructions for some special event or game. The poem is also a cute addition to tie to the guest's party favors or add to the mother's scrapbook. The poem can be framed after the shower as a gift to give the expecting parents to hang in the nursery.

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