SB 4.9.46

surucis taṁ samutthāpya
 pādāvanatam arbhakam
pariṣvajyāha jīveti
 bāṣpa-gadgadayā girā
Synonyms: 
suruciḥ — Queen Suruci; tam — him; samutthāpya — having picked up; pāda-avanatam — fallen at her feet; arbhakam — the innocent boy; pariṣvajya — embracing; āha — she said; jīva — may you live long; iti — thus; bāṣpa — with tears; gadgadayā — choked up; girā — with words.
Translation: 
Suruci, the younger mother of Dhruva Mahārāja, seeing that the innocent boy had fallen at her feet, immediately picked him up, embracing him with her hands, and with tears of feeling she blessed him with the words “My dear boy, long may you live!”