Find a friend who is good at rhymes and brainstorm. One suggestion is: “Ten tiny toes, tiny pink nose, Our precious one is here, Making every moment dear."
Play off on the 10 digits angle, with something like: “Ten fingers, ten toes, you have to see how our family grows." And include a photo.
Spell out B-A-B-Y down the left side of the paper and make a rhyme to go with each letter, for instance: B is for baby, little fingers, little feet; A is adorable, bubbly and sweet, B is for beautiful, perfection in every way, Y is for Yippee! Our baby arrived this day!
The old school rhyme: First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes Haley in a baby carriage.