Baby Shower Poems From Unborn Baby

Below you will find some of our favorite unborn baby show­er poems. As with all the poems on our site, all the cred­it goes to the inspired authors who had the pas­sion to write them.

Short Baby Shower Poems From Unborn Baby

Father’s Day’s a world-wide hol­i­dayUnborn Baby
And it’s com­ing up soon
I thought I should get in nice and ear­ly
So I sent this from the womb.
You made me who I am today
Or, at least, who I’ll soon be
But that’s by far the nicest thing
Anyone’s ever done for me.
~Author Unknown


Two more lit­tle hands, two more lit­tle feet, now our fam­i­ly is com­plete!
~Author Unknown


I have yet to arrive there­fore my words are few, but I just want to say a Big Thank You!
~Author Unknown


Though they say preg­nan­cy is tough
It’s the most fun I’ve every had
But I’m look­ing for­ward to meet­ing you
Have a nice Father’s Day, Dad.
~Author Unknown


Can’t wait to rest my head on your shoul­der
Hear your com­fort­ing words
Be held in your arms
Feel your reas­sur­ing touch
Make me smile, I love you
~Author Unknown


Although you can­not see me I’m grow­ing by leaps and bounds
I can’t wait to make my appear­ance and all my social rounds.
I can’t wait to lie in mommy’s arms and gaze at her for a while.
I’m so excit­ed to see my dad­dy; he talks to me each night
With his head on mommy’s bel­ly it surly is a sweet sight.
My heart is beat­ing strong­ly and it seems I have fin­gers too
I under­stand these will come in handy for fin­ger paint and glue.
Mom­my, I know you can­not hold me or give me a kiss good night
But you feel me move inside you and should know that I’m all right.
So until my big arrival you have very much to do…
Paint my room, get cloths, and toys and plen­ty of those dia­per things too.
I’m just going to fin­ish grow­ing so I will make you proud.
Till then I’m your lit­tle angel just hang­ing out on heav­ens cloud.
~Author Unknown


Below are 3 longer unborn baby show­er poems for the baby.

Unborn Baby Shower Poem #1

When you feel a hand rest upon your Mum,
And you hear the sound of a low deep hum,
I hope you know, and to your­self think glad­ly,
This touch and voice is of my Dad­dy.

It’s still ear­ly days but you’ve got my heart,
And I know that this is just the start,
Because from now on and for­ev­er more,
I will love you, cher­ish you and always adore.

Every day my love for you grows,
And I hope to you this already shows,
I will do every­thing I can to make you see,
That you will always mean the world to me.

And from today until the day you’re born,
I swear to keep the oath I’ve sworn,
You and Mum will always be cared for,
Pro­tec­tion is the oath I swore.

Not just to pro­tect, but to always love,
Because you were a gift from above,
I nev­er thought I would feel this way,
But now I can’t wait until next May.

For when the day that you arrive,
I would have nev­er before felt so alive,
You’ll bring a tear straight to my eye,
And you’ll look at me and you’ll know why.

Because you will be the great­est gift,
And my heart and soul you will uplift,
That feel­ing there will be hard to beat,
From that moment on my life’s com­plete.

But for now you sleep inside your Mum­my,
Keep warm and snug inside her tum­my,
And I’ll look for­ward to the day you’re here,
To take my heart when you appear.

So when you feel that hand on Mum,
And hear the sound of my low deep hum,
I know you’ll know and for that I’m glad,
That here with Mum is your very proud Dad.
~Kier­an Dock­er­ty


Unborn Baby Shower Poem #2

A sweet baby girl came home today
And ahh, you should have heard the peo­ple say,
Now isn’t she just the most beau­ti­ful child,
With that pret­ty long hair and that sweet lit­tle smile!

Now all the fam­i­ly was there, just a ooing and ahhing,
With the neigh­bors drop­ping by and good friends a call­ing.
They all want­ed to see this lit­tle gift from above,
To wish Mom and Dad the best and give the baby their love.

Broth­er Levi was there with his oak wel­come cra­dle.
Said he would rock her and feed her as best he was able.
But then when he found her stinky dia­pers weren’t fun,
He changed his mind quick­ly and took off in a run.

The proud Papa was there all grin­ning and beam­ing.
He was laugh­ing and jok­ing, why you ought to have seen him.
You’d thought he’d been giv­en the trea­sure of the world.
And indeed he had, in this pre­cious lit­tle girl.

Papaw was there with a new oak chest,
Made with love by his hands, he give it his best.
A gift she could keep where her lit­tle trea­sures could lie,
He want­ed her to have some­thing to remem­ber him by.

There was lots of advice to the proud new moth­er.
Lots of do’s and don’ts, and just one thing and anoth­er.
But the one thing I’ll remem­ber with the most coun­try charm,
Was Granny’s stern warn­ing, “Now you keep my baby good and warm!”

Now she’ll grow and she’ll become a beau­ti­ful young lady,
And a moth­er she’ll be some day when she’s ready.
But wher­ev­er life takes her, or wher­ev­er she goes,
To those of us who love her, she’ll be our pre­cious lit­tle Rose.
~Don­nie Corbin


Unborn Baby Shower Poem #3

To my unborn child,
what I wish to give you in times to come,
hap­pi­ness, and wis­dom,
a life filled with fun,
to explore all adven­tures of your curi­ous mind,
to become knowl­edge­able of what you’ll find,
as I await your arrival and the pres­ence of new­born cries,
I pic­ture how you’ll look when I open up my eyes.

I feel your move­ments every time I wake each day,
let­ting mom­my know that you’re okay,
obsta­cles I hope you’ll over­come,
edu­ca­tion I know you’ll get done,
I stay up late read­ing to you,
talk­ing to my stom­ach,
a feel­ing I nev­er knew,
hun­gry all the time
‘No doubt you’re a son of mine’,
You make me feel hap­py even when I’m sad,
because the for­ma­tion of anoth­er life makes me glad.

Proud of you I am,
I already know how you’ll be,
a smart ‘lil’ man for mom­my to see,
no wor­ries from me a mom to be,
to a spe­cial baby boy I can’t wait to see.

~Rhon­da O. Jones


pho­to cred­it: MestreechC­i­ty


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