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Baby let me tell u how I feel

Baby let me love u till the end

Baby my heart is urs

Baby let me touch u all over

Baby can I kiss ur lips

Baby can I rub ur feet

Baby look me in my eyes and don’t blink

Baby when the sun goes down will u be around

Baby let’s walk the hall of love

Baby when I look at u I see another world in ur eyes

Baby I’m tha man that can take u where u need and want to go

Baby please let’s go and don’t say no Baby this is my last cry

Baby make love to me till the end of time
Baby….

Ralph Acosta

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The christening of a precious child is a treasured family occasion. When friends and family gather, many want to commemorate the special day in a unique way.

At important times like this, how do you know if your gift will communicate your intended wishes? Test your gift ideas against these three questions:

Will this gift serve as a lasting legacy of my hope for this child’s future?
Does this gift show my support for this child’s spiritual growth?
Is this gift thoughtful and from my heart?

If you can say yes to these three questions, your gift will be well received! Here are some ideas to get you started:

1. Time Capsule – Fill a lovely tin or box with mementos from the year of the child’s Christening. Add things such as a newspaper page, a church bulletin, the Christening announcement, a photo, a recording of a greeting and a CD of music. Include a note addressed to the child when she is 16 reminding her of your belief in her, or select another age that is meaningful to you. Seal the box and affix a tag saying when it should be opened.

2. A Gift of Stewardship – Give a gift of stewardship in a child’s name. Purchase a goat for a South American farm family from Heifer International, and write a note to the parents saying that you hope that as their beautiful child grows, so will the help that this goat offers the needy family. Or “adopt” a child in need of monthly care, and share the photos and letters with the family. Pets are also in need of stewardship: try Bestbuddies.org, as knowing he helped an abandoned puppy will delight a child as he grows.

3. Promise Bond – Purchase a savings bond that has an intended goal. Attach a card that says that when it matures, you hope that the recipient is able to use it to participate in a fellowship activity or to attend a special workshop.

4. Stewardship Savings Account – Alternatively, start a Stewardship Savings Account for the child with instructions that when she is old enough, she may decide where the funds will be disbursed.

5. Photo Book – Make a book on your printer, at a resource such as Lulu.com, or by scrapbooking showing the child their church, congregation and its programs. Feature the child’s family and friends as much as possible so that the child can see their inclusion in the church as a personal story.

6. Start a Family Heirloom – Instead of buying a new cross or Bible, consider passing on one that you have treasured so that a tradition can be born.

7. Christmas Ornament – Sometimes people don’t think of ornaments if it isn’t Christmas time, but a commemorative ornament is a lovely gift, even in May! Each year when in is put on the tree the child and their parents will be reminded of the special day.

8. Keepsake Box for the Gown – Purchase a keepsake storage box and a gift certificate from a dry cleaners so that the parents will be able to easily store the Christening gown.

9. Christening Family Photos – If the child was born into a family with siblings or cousins, make a small scrapbook of the family’s other Christening Days, reserving a spot for the baby’s photos. Or for a first child, start an album with the child’s parents’ christening photos.

and the best gift, you!

10. Certificate for an Outing with You – Make a date with the child in the future, perhaps after their confirmation, or on a certain birthday. Describe where you will take her and how you will describe exactly how she looked (and sounded!) during her christening.

With a unique, meaningful gift for the child in hand, celebrate this joyous occasion while holding great hope in your heart for the future.

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Where did you come from, baby dear?
Out of the everywhere into here.

Where did you get your eyes so blue?
Out of the sky as I came through.

What makes the light in them sparkle and spin?
Some of the starry spikes left in.

Where did you get that little tear?
I found it waiting when I got here.

What makes your forehead so smooth and high?
A soft hand stroked it as I went by.

What makes your cheek like a warm white rose?
I saw something better than anyone knows.

Whence that three-cornered smile of bliss?
Three angels gave me at once a kiss.

Where did you get this pearly ear?
God spoke, and it came out to hear.

Where did you get those arms and hands?
Love made itself into hooks and bands.

Feet, whence did you come, you darling things?
From the same box as the cherubs’ wings.

How did they all just come to be you?
God thought about me, and so I grew.

But how did you come to us, you dear?
God thought about you, and so I am here

~George MacDonald

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time flies by

I cant believe how quick you’ve grown
These last three months have really flown,
Suddenly you are smiling away
Making the sun shine day by day,
The sleepless nights have been so tough 
Each morning spent feeling rather rough,
But now you look up at me and you smile
I know each night has been worth while,
You are slowly growing, changing all the time,
I’m just so glad you’re ours, you’re mine
Your personality is now shinning through,
We are now getting to know the real little you
You love a big cuddle and a great big kiss
As you get older, this I will miss,
I cherish each and every day we have
As I know it will all fly by so fast.

Abbe Cutfroth

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They say that not every new mom or dad immediately bonds with their newborn when they come into the world. And although that may be true in some instances, there are ways that you can show your newborn that you love them and you’re glad to have them here. Whether you fell in love at first sight, or are still ‘feeling out’ life with a new baby, here are 12 simple ways you can bond with your newborn today.1. Become a close talker

We laughed when we saw it on Seinfeld, but in real life, this is a great way to bond with your newborn. It’s said that newborns don’t have very good eyesight, so getting up close to your baby’s face and speaking gently to them can help the bonding experience.

2. Cheek to cheek…

Or skin to skin, is more like it. A newborn’s most sensitive part just after birth is it’s skin, so having skin to skin contact with your baby is also a great way to bond. In fact, many hospitals are now encouraging new moms to hold their babies to their bare chest in the moments just after birth in order to help the baby warm up and feel secure, while allowing you to bond with him. You can also do this at home by making sure neither of you has a shirt on, and cuddle him onto your chest and drape a blanket on you both (so as to keep your baby’s back warm as well).

3. Feeding

Considering that newborns will eat often at first (usually anywhere from every hour to every three hours), it can seem like a lot of time is spent giving a bottle or breastfeeding. Take advantage of these quiet moments and look down into your baby’s face while they’re eating. You can also stroke their face gently at this time. They say that feeding time is a time when newborns are most aware, especially of who is giving them that need. Keep in mind that if you’re breastfeeding, pumping bottles for later not only helps Dad get in on the bonding, but also allows him to get up in the middle of the night and lets you get some extra sleep!

4. Dancing

The right music can relax anyone, so why not put on some tunes and sway around with your baby in your arms? A personal favorite in the first months of my daughter’s life was some Jason Mraz, and “dancing” with her really helped not only with bonding, but also with stress reduction.

5. Tickling

Using a playful and quiet tone, tease your baby while tickling them in the usual “easy” spots, like the bottoms of their feet, under the arms, the neck, etc. The playful touch can help you bond with baby, and also might induce an early smile! Just watch for cues as to when baby’s had enough.

6. Singing and talking

Maybe you’d feel silly singing and talking out loud to your baby when they don’t understand you or can’t even answer in any way. But by singing or talking to your baby, you’re bonding with them and showing attention. It can be as simple as singing along to the radio, or telling them about what you’re doing. You can say things like, “Look! Mommy’s changing your diaper right now” or “Wow, Daddy just loves your cute little tummy”. But constant conversation with baby, as one-sided as it seems at first, will make baby feel closer to you and also teach them the mechanics of conversation early on.

7. Bath time

Although some babies may not like bath time, most babies enjoy it. This can be a great time for you to bond with your baby. A newborn may be too young yet to splash around and play with toys, but you can certainly add an element of fun by making fun noises as you run water from a cup over your baby’s hands, feet, etc. Or just tell your baby about your day while bathing them, so you’re having a conversation while doing something relaxing.

8. Smile

It sounds simple, but just smiling at your newborn can do quite a bit. Their eyesight gets stronger every day, and your smiles at baby may very well help induce them right back at you! Also, just the act of smiling can help you feel happier, and that leads me to number 9….

9. Relax your mood

Babies are a lot like animals at first….it’s very easy for them to feel what you’re feeling. So keeping this in mind, it makes sense that when you’re upset, stressed, or frustrating, newborns seem to cry or fuss more. But if you smile, talk in a sing-song voice, and just relax overall, your baby can feel that, too.

10. Make diaper time special

I don’t think anyone actually enjoys changing dirty diapers, but since we’re resigned to having to do so, why not seize the moment and take the time to bond with your newborn? Personally, my daughter has always loved the diaper changing table, and I honestly believe it was a combination of good vantage point (she sits higher, which enables her to see more of Mom and Dad), and my singing and talking to her. You could also hand your baby some toys or play peek-a-boo with their diaper to make the time fun.

11. Blankets

When I had my baby shower, I couldn’t believe the amount of blankets I received and wondered what I’d ever do with all them. But as it turns out, using a blanket is really an excellent way to bond with your newborn, so I keep a few in each room of the house. The act of swaddling your baby can improve their mood greatly and reduce a lot of stress and fussing. As your baby gets older, just the act of wrapping them in a blanket and holding them close for cuddle time can also help release those lovey-dovey feelings.

12. Massage

Quite possibly the most important way to bond with your newborn, massage is an easy skill to master. Keep it simple and just use some baby lotion and massage them during diaper changes, bath time, after a nap, etc. It’s something you should be doing anyway, as a newborn’s skin tends to dry out very easily and quickly in their first few months of life. Use gentle touch and massage in circles on legs, arms, back and tummy. You can also point out each part as you do so to your baby. And taking the time to marvel at this little person’s parts and knowing that you helped to create that will help you feel closer to baby, too.

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