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Walk a Little Slower Daddy

I copied this poem off the internet and I don't know who wrote it. If someone knows, please let me know so I can give credit where credit is due. I run a daycare out of my home and I used this poem with the children's footprints next to it. I put it in a frame and gave it to the dads for father's day. They all loved it.

"Walk a Little slower, Daddy." said a little child so small.
I'm following in your footsteps and I don't want to fall.

Sometimes your steps are very fast, sometimes they're hard to see;
So walk a little slower Daddy, for you are leading me.

Someday when I'm all grown up, You're what I want to be.
Then I will have a little child who'll want to follow me.

And I would want to lead just right, and know that I was true;
So, walk a little slower, Daddy, for I must follow you!!


Handprint Poem

I did not write this poem either, but I'd be glad to give the person credit when I find out. This poem was for the mother's of the children in my daycare. I framed the poem and the children's handprints.

Sometimes you get so discouraged
Because I am so small
And always leave my fingerprints
On furniture and walls.

But every day I'm growing up
And soon I'll be so tall
That all those little handprints
Will be hard to recall.

So here's a special handprint
Just so that you can say,
This is how my fingers looked
When I placed them here today.


In Which House Do You Live?

"I got two A's,"the small boy cried,
His voice filled with glee.
His father bluntly asked,
Why didn't you get three?"

"Mom. I've got the dishes done!"
The girl called from the door.
Her mother very calmly said,
"Did you sweep the floor?"

"I've mowed the grass," the tall boy said,
"And put the mower away!"
His father asked him with a shrug,
"Did you clean off the clay?

The children in the house next door
Seem happy and content.
The same things happened over there
But this is how it went.

"I got two A's" the small boy cried,
His voice filled with glee.
His father proudly said, "That's great!
I'm glad you live with me!"

"Mom, I've got the dishes done!"
The girl called from the door.
Her mother called and softly said,
"Each day I love you more."

"I've mowed the grass," the tall boy said,
"And put the mower away!"
His father answered with much joy,
"You've made my happy day!"

Children deserve a little praise
For tasks their asked to do.
If they are to lead a happy life,
So much depends on you.

-Author Unknown


Special Grandma

Custom written rhyme for: Sarah Saca

info received: Christmas gifts for grandmas; poem with pictures and handprints
                      (another rhyme, similar to this, was written for other grandma)

kids call her Tata; stay at home mom/grandma; loves to cook-especially for the grandkids;
6 children, 9 grandchildren; loves to take care of everybody; loves to baby-sit the boys:
Zachary-age 7  smart for his age, loves to make others happy
Jacob-age 4     stubborn, likes to get his way
William-VERY 2! wants to be the center of attention all the time

Tata, you are so special
With all that you say and do.
You fill our tummies with such good food
And our hearts with lots of love too.

We know you can be very busy
Taking care of everyone.
With six children and nine grandchildren,
A grandma's work is never done.

We know how you like to baby-sit us.
And with stories, we're sure to be amazed.
As we grow and you talk about Israel,
The place where you were born and raised.

You know I'm very smart,
Even though I'm only seven.
I like to make others happy.
Just wait till I turn eleven.

Well I'm a little different.
Yes, stubborn, I can be.
But I'm full of lots of love for you.
I know you appreciate me.

You know I like attention
And I tend to act my age.
I'm only two, you know.
Oh! How I love center stage.

We really love you Tata.
And wanted to give you a special gift.
Something to look at when you're feeling down
To give your spirit a lift.







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