Blessings of Children (Haiku Series #219)

Through Tiny Eyes

Toddler growing up

Every day filling with joy—

Unlocking each “first”

Photo by Oleksandr Pidvalnyi on

Helping Out

Little assistant

Shopping cart’s navigator—

Trying to keep up

Photo by Gustavo Fring on

Smallest Gifts

Time’s precious moments

Parenthood’s daily treasures—

Fill another heart

Photo by Dmitriy Ganin on

14 thoughts on “Blessings of Children (Haiku Series #219)

  1. I love the toddler poem. It so reminds me of all of my time with little Nathan and the wonder in his little eyes as he saw or realized something for the first time. There’s a reason God says to come to Him as a little child. We should always approach God with awe and wonder as if it’s our first time to really see Him.

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  2. Toddlers present exhausting challenge for their caregivers, but then there are the sublime moments you so artfully describe here,. I too love the wonder they bring to each new discovery, each new experience!


  3. Pingback: Blessings of Children (Haiku Series #219) — Big Sky Buckeye – QuietMomentsWithGod

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