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I Love You my Daughter Poems

Updated on July 4, 2012

My Three Daughters

Do you have grown up daughters living away from home ?

Are you missing your daughter or daughters and would love to send them i love my daughter poems ?

I was fortunate enough to have 3 beautiful daughters who have all grown up to be Well liked , hard working loving women & as we are scattered around Australia in 4 diferent states of Australia .

New South Wales ,Queensland, South Australia & I am in Western Australia !

I love & miss them very much so this is for them .

I love you my 3 daughters.

A Mothers Love

What You Mean To Me My Daughters


What you mean to me:
You are the sun in the sky,
You are the light shining by,
You are the breeze in my hair,
You’re the life I want to share.

You are what makes my days go by,
You are the ones I’ll tell no lies
You are the ones who make me smile,
I’ll stay by you a long while.

Your smiles light up my day,
They make the darkness go away,
You’re the reason I am alive,
One day you'll be someone’s wives

You are very special girls,
You are apart of this special world,
I know I can't hold you right now,
Thinking of you makes me smile.

You will be in my arms soon,
When you miss me look at the moon,
Because when I miss you I’ll do the same,
And you won't feel any pain.

Because we know we will be together again,
To laugh, run a smile again,
I want you not to fear,
I’ll whip away ever tear.

Just remember deep in your hearts,
I’m not the reason we had to part,
And that I love you more than life,
You are the angels of my life.

One more thing before mommy goes,
Always remember sweet girls,
I love you and need you so...   © Amy J. Rhodes    


As I Watch You Grow = I Love you my Daughter

Do you know how much you mean to me?
As you grow into what you will be.
You came from within, from just beneath my heart
it's there you'll always be though your own life will now start.
You're growing so fast it sends me awhirl,
With misty eyes I ask, Where's my little girl?
I know sometimes to you I seem harsh and so unfair,
But one day you will see, I taught you well because I care.
The next few years will so quickly fly,
With laughter and joy, mixed with a few tears to cry.
As you begin your growth to womanhood, this fact you must know,
You'll always be my source of pride, no matter where you go.
You must stand up tall and proud, within you feel no fear,
For all you dreams and goals, sit before you very near.
With god's love in your heart and the world by its tail,
You'll always be my winner, and victory will prevail.
For you this poem was written, with help from above,
To tell you in a rhythm of your Mother's heartfelt Love!
by Kay Theese

My Little Girls

Life is full of Happiness, Sadness and Trust
This is why it is important for us
To share and to give and show lots of love
So you can grow up and know the above
You will learn to give and know not to take
For kindness and sharing is what friends make
You need to learn charity not debt,
To be confident, strong and independent
So that when you grow up and move to the city
You will not give in, just out of pity
You've made my job easy, but sometimes it's rough
I hope in my heart, that I've taught you enough
When I've accomplished my primary goal
You girls will know not to judge a soul
You will know wrong from right
I won't have to hold tight
And when all is done, all I can hope you will say is:
"I'm glad Momma that you showed us the way".  
Pam Orme

I Love you Danielle


My Youngest Child

I thought I had things figured out
by the time you came along.
But being a parent one more time
proved to me that I was wrong.

I thought I had seen it all
there was nothing more to know.
How could I imagine the joy I'd find
watching another life grow?

Not my first child, I naively thought
there would be nothing new.
But you made each stage exciting again
and all uniquely "you."

"The older kids have more fun!"
You'd cry, so anxious to be grown,
but soon you would be playing again
in a make-believe world of your own.

Each milestone you awaited
with anticipation very great
oh, to drive a car, stay out past ten
and finally graduate!

But the days you thought just dawdled
have been quick to disappear
and regardless of your age,
there is one more thing to make clear.

Though you will always be my baby
who brought me joy, laughter and fun
you're an even greater treasure now,
and I'm proud of all you've become.

I Love You Tania, Gemma & Danielle


A special little girl God gave us one day
You were placed into our arms
For us to lead your way

The love we had for you
Right from the start
Has grown so much and now
It completely fills our hearts

Our lives have had some laughter
We have had our share of tears
But God has given each their place
With the passing of the years

You stand before us now
And it is hard to understand
How God has turned our little girls
Into lovely women

We have failed in many ways
To be the parents we should be
But we can say we love you
As these passing moments flee

But this one thing remember
As you open each door
That as much as we do love you,
God still loves you more

Dear Tania- I Love You


You turned out even better
Than I often dreamed you’d be;
You’re more than I had hoped for;
You’re a sweet reward to me. You grew up to be a mother
Full of wisdom, warmth and love,
A good and fine role model,
A blessing from above. I couldn’t be any prouder
Than I am today of you;
You’re my daughter and my friend,
And a wonderful person, too. You have my love forever;
I adored you from the start;
It’s a privilege to be your mother,
Dear daughter of my heart.

I Love you Gemma

MY Middle Daughter Gemma

Not the oldest, not the youngest,
but somewhere in between.
the middle child can sometimes be lost
amid life's daily routine.

You never got to be the first
at any new stage,
nor the last to treasure
a final special age.

"Time for bed, you little ones"
always included you,
but "older children, clean the dishes"
meant middle children too!

I want to say I'm proud of you,
you've made my life a treat.
For without the middle child,
a family would not be complete.

You are the precious balance
between growing up and youth.
You teach us about compromise
and seeking the truth.

At times it is hard to let you go,
to cut the apron strings.
For the future is uncertain,
but whatever tomorrow brings
you will face each new challenge.

But, I want you to know
your place in my heart
is steady and true
and will never cease to grow.

Love from Mum xo


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      IRSHAD CV 4 years ago from India, Kerala

      amazing creativity

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      tattuwurn 5 years ago

      Awwwww!!! Although I don't have children of my own, these poems tug my heart. Voted up and beautiful.. :)

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      Randi Benlulu 5 years ago from Mesa, AZ