Toddler delights

Posted on: 01/05/2012

The beauty of a toddlers legs
With socks and shoes and skirt
The sturdy limbs unblemished still
Save for a splash of dirt

The way in which a toddler walks
And weaves from side to side
The smallest legs that take themselves
Their gait is theirs with pride

The unselfconscious way in which
A toddler walks around
Inquisitively looking for
New objects to be found

The singsong voice, the pure delight
They see in each new thing
Is something that I treasure
With every ‘find’ they bring.



4 Responses to "Toddler delights"

It’s a wondrous age 🙂

Isn’t it just! I might find another poem some time soon about the way in which they learn to talk… (sorry for delay in replying, missed this first time!)

Good blog post, nice efforts. It couldn’t appear to have been penned any better. Reading this article piece of writing reminds me about my old boss! He usually kept babbling about this. I will email this post to him. Pretty confident he will probably have a high-quality read. Appreciate your posting!

Aw, thanks! Sorry I didn’t notice your comment till I looked at my spam queue just now. Nice to be appreciated – cheers 🙂

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