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Grandchildren Birthday Poems

Our lovely grandaughters and grandsons bring such joy to our lives and here are some Grandchildren Birthday Poems just for them.

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What a special little girl, what a special lovely year
You fill each day with happiness with laughter joy and cheer;
No one could have imagined just how precious you could be
A wonderful addition to our family.

Your 1st year has been perfect, it's so nice to watch you grow
everyday you're loved so much more than you could ever know;
So wonderful and sweet
tomorrow holds more special times that we cannot wait to meet.


They came in all shapes & sizes

Tall thin & short & stout;

Dark hair, blonde hair curly or straight

But their smiles are what it's all about.

My Ganmama is what I'm called

I love the name to bits;

When it spills out of their little mouths

We laugh & laugh in fits.

Running to my held out arms

I smell the newly washed hair;

So pleased to see me when they smile

I see their eyes & the love that's there.

Special days when I watched them born

They entered into this world;

They joined our gigantic family

Now it is their lives unfurled.

1,2,3 & 4 special times for sure

Then lost to their days at school;

In memories & photos to stay small

Joining me on facebook now- that's cool!



A granddaughter is love
In a bright pink bow;
A bundle of happiness
With face all aglow.

A tomboy in jeans
With a tear streaked face;
Crying because
She has just lost a race.

Then all of a sudden,
No longer small;
She's a vision of loveliness
Dressed for a ball.

A dreamer, a schemer,
No two days the same;
What is a granddaughter?
It's more than a name

She's a pleasure, a treasure,
A comfort each day;
Loving and sweet
In her own special way.

She's a sense of contentment
Felt deep inside;
Bringing a lifetime
Of pleasure and pride.


Grandchildren Birthday Poems


The Perfect Little Girl

When God was making Madison
He thought "what can I do"
To create a perfect little girl
To make a grandma’s dream come true.

He started with cute and healthy
Then added extra smarts;
Then threw in lots of giggles
To lighten up our hearts.

He made her eyes a great big blue
And put extra twinkles there;
Then stroked her skin with angel dust
To make it soft and fair.

He made her brave and made her strong
Part of her mum and part of her dad;
And made her big enough to share
So everyone could treasure.

It’s been seven years since God sent you
And I’m thankful everyday;
That he heard the prayer from Grandma
and sent the perfect little girl our way.



Granddaughter on this special day
These words are sent to say;
You bring a ray of sunshine
Into the world each day.

For having you as a Grandaughter
Is a gift to closely hold;
Always and forever
To treasure just like gold.

For you are always there
Like a light that shines so bright;
And you spread rainbows of happiness
Over everything in sight.

So thank you so much (Name)
For all the things you do;
For all the kindness in your heart
And fun and laughter too !


Grandchildren Birthday Poems


My Special Penny

My Granddaughter gave me a penny,
And it means the world to me.
For it is a constant reminder,
Of the love she has for me.

She chose me to have her penny,
That meant so much to her.
To buy a world of treasuries,
Was her special dream for me.

I will never spend this penny,
It's more precious to me than gold.
Because it tells a story,
Of a love that will never grow old.
© Brinda Carter for Nellie Kay Mize


My grandsons tell me stories

The things they do at school;

They do seem that they are naughty

But boys are boys but they're no fools.

They grow up quick these days

Although they still remember when;

I let them in the garden

And then we built a den.

They're into football now

And that cool running thing;

Jumping over walls and such

Somersaulting over swings.

They still wait for birthdays

The special one for them;

Except we double up a lot

Especially for jason & ben.



Boys & birthdays mean a ball

A bike or racing car or two;

As they run around all day & night

It exhausts me - how about you?


Not long ago it was building bricks

Now a pint of beer;

I yearn for those days now

The future held no fear.

You've signed up with your mate

Fighting on the front for us;

You said you would that day that we

Saw the soldiers on that bus.

I am so proud of you

On this your special day;

My love will watch over you

Bringing you home I pray!



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