My little man how big you've grown.
It's hard to believe years ago.
You couldn't even say my name.
"Didi" you called and smiled so bright.
Illuminating the hearts of those in sight.
And now your seven with so much ahead.
Dizzying highs, smiles, love, laughter.
Your footsteps patter across the floor.
Your charming smile that we adore.
Your parents are the best you will find.
And with them you will never be left behind.
My little cousin how big you are.
And little cousin, you will go far.
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