5  Poems about Grandchildren

Grandchildren are a treasure of life. Let these poems about grandchildren remind you of how special they are. The poems reflect the celebration of our grandkids. We always love our children, but grandchildren bring a different type of love, a love that is beyond words. They hold a special place in our hearts.

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  1. Such Joy
    Poet: Catherine Pulsifer

    Grandchildren bring such joy
    It doesn't matter if a girl or a boy.
    They add life happiness
    With every little hug and kiss.

    They make you laugh and sing
    Oh, such joy they do bring.
    To see a smile on their face
    To them, you want to embrace.

    They are a gift from God above
    They bring into our lives much love
    Count my blessings every day
    For these children in every way.

  2. Unlike Any Other
    Poet: Catherine Pulsifer

    A grandchild is unlike any other
    Of your life, they become the center
    This little one is loved right away
    The day they are born is a special day.

    They make your heart melt when you see
    This grandchild so very tiny
    They open their eyes and look up at you
    Your heart fills with love so true.

  3. To my grandkids… I may not see you everyday or talk to you every day but I think of you and love you every day!

  4. Granted A Wish
    Poet: Author Unknown

    If we were granted any wish, I'll tell you what we'd do,
    We'd wish our kids were small again, for just a month or two.
    To hear their squeals of laughter, to watch them while they play.
    And when they ask us to join in, we wouldn't say, "Not today."

    To hug again their chubby frames, to kiss away their tears,
    and cherish childhood innocence that washed away the years.
    Then when it's story time again, we'd stay a little longer,
    to answer questions, sing the songs, so memories would be stronger.

    But time is callous, wishes, myth, yet God in all his wisdom,
    has given us another chance before we join his kingdom.
    Your faces may not be just the same, your names are changed, 'tis true,
    but yet the smile that radiates reminds us so much of you.

    God must have known that grandparents would need a chance or two.
    For many little happy things, we hadn't time to do.
    So God gave love to grandparents to equal that before, that,
    in effect embraces those little lives they bore.

  5. The First
    Poet: Catherine Pulsifer

    The first time you see them
    They are such a gem
    The first time they smile at you
    You don't know what to do.

    The first time they say your name
    You feel you have new-found fame
    And when they give you a kiss
    Your eyes fill with mist.

    The first time they hold your hand
    You think, oh wow, this is so grand.
    The first time you see them walk
    To everyone, you do talk.

    There are many firsts with grandchildren
    You find you are full of love and affection
    You never tire of seeing them arrive
    You look forward to the time and thrive.

    You do things you haven't done in years
    They make you laugh until you have tears
    You play all the games - like hide and seek
    And you don't care if they peak.

    It is different with your child's child
    Experience you now have compiled
    You are a bit more relaxed too
    You don't have the pressures to pursue.

    So enjoy all the firsts, there is no hurry
    As they grow in such a flurry
    With them, wisdom you will share
    Having grandkids is a wonderful affair.

  6. Grandchildren Bring
    Poet: Catherine Pulsifer

    Grandchildren bring many a smile
    For our grandkids, I would walk miles.
    They make us laugh out loud
    Of them, we are so proud.

    They bring sunshine on a rainy day
    And children's games we do play.
    They keep us full of energy and feeling young
    With them forgotten songs we have sung.

    The pot of gold at the end of the rainbow
    Is truly the grandkids that we see grow
    As grandparents, we know how fast
    Children grow, time goes quickly, it won't last.

    So as we watch them develop and grow
    We shower them with love and show
    How very special they are to us
    And over them, we make a fuss!

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