Tuesday, November 29, 2011

What Little Girls Are Made Of

What Little Girls Are Made Of

Bonnets and lockets, ruffles and lace,
Princess dreams, curls and grace.

Tea cups tipped and Daddy dates.
That’s what little girls are made

Tip toe kisses and candle wishes,
Playing dress up and washing

Deep down giggles, tear stained
cheeks, talks with Mom, hearts to mend.
Pictures drawn, prayers all said,
another day to rest her head.

Dress all pressed, arms around your neck,
Hair combed twice, sugar and spice.
That’s what girls are made of.

Dad approves, he is the one.
Pray without ceasing, your work is

Written by: Tami
Lyn Stanton


Traci Michele said...

SO CUTE! Love, Traci

Rebecca said...

Adorable Tami<3

Christy B said...

Oh my word! Adorable poem! I love that picture with it :0)