* What is Dad's name
* What does a baby like to eat or drink
* What does a baby like to have for the new life
* What do you hope the baby to learn from your life experiences
* What's your baby shower theme
* Any special gift is highly expected?
* It's a twin or triplet
* It's a boy or girl
List your answers on a paper and discover the things that affect you, use them to write short sentences with a sense of humor.
Another save-time idea is to learn good baby poems from online poem site and re-write them.
Once you find the baby poem that you like, re-write it, keeping the basic meaning of the words the same, but using your own voice. And replace some of its sentences by your own words (like a special wishing or a unique baby gift's name) if you want.
Don't be afraid to experiment. Once you've got a baby shower poem on paper, speak it aloud and find out the best rhyme you like.
Ask for suggestions from the couple's family member and the people who have had children. They can help you to find some great ideas to create a more family-like and baby-like mood in your baby shower poems.