Poems About Baby Girls
Poems about baby girls, especially "baby love" makes a strong point. All children need lots of love, but little girls need to be loved with kindness.
A baby girl needs many things
Like food and warmth and sleep
But what she's needing most of all
Is something she can keep.
She needs a lot of love, you see,
Much more than dolls or toys,
For love will help her learn and grow
And celebrate life's joys.
Love is the greatest gift of all
To give your baby girl,
She'll hold it close and then grow up
To spread love in the world.
by Andra Mccoy
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As a mother you know that men and boys are perfectly capable of loving deeply and strongly, but because of society it's women who are allowed to spread love around, just like it states in this heartwarming poems about baby girls. Little girls need a gentler kind of love. She will respond more when you tell her tenderly why you have to discipline her for something that is unacceptable than a boy who seems to need a sterner hand.
She will respond better to compassionate, soft correction than harsh, abrasive screaming or your hand on her bottom. If you use this insensitive form of restraint, you will find that her intelligence will quickly establish a rebellious nature.
Now that doesn't mean she needs to be coddled, just loved tenderly. As she grows, you will teach her about the world. She's lucky to be born in a society where she has more opportunities and still be able to spread her love around, like it states in the poems about baby girls. And while that transformation takes place, you'll enjoy all the wonderful things you can do for a little girl.
It will be so much fun to pick out pretty clothes, start a doll collection and if she happens to be a bit of a tom boy, you or dad might even enjoy helping her build a tree house, or maybe she'll help dad work on the car.
Society no longer limits little girls to what is considered girlie things, although as she grows you'll have a blast teaching her to do domestic duties as well as using a computer, possibly playing music, or even doing things originally considered male in context. When she reaches adolescence, you can show her how to attract a man with clothes and makeup. Your trips to the mall could be as much fun as going to the skating rink.
The important thing is to spend quality time with your children. And then when she meets the love of her life and you finally have to let her go to make her own way, you know that she will be ok, she'll do it on her own and spread love to the world, just like the poems about baby girls say.
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