Back in Baby's Arms is the thirteenth solo studio album by American country singer Connie Smith. It was released in October 1969 via RCA Victor and contained 11 tracks. The disc contained a mixture of both new recordings and cover versions of previously-recorded material. Back in Baby's Arms reached the top 20 of the American country albums chart in 1969 and received a four-star rating from AllMusic.
Connie Smith reached peak success in the mid and late 1960s with the launch of her debut single called "Once a Day". Released in 1964, the song topped the American country chart for eight weeks and brought a series of follow-up singles into the top ten through 1969. In 1968, Smith became a Christian, which affected her both personally and professionally. Yet, Smith continued to record for her label (RCA Victor) with the same output as in previous years. However, Smith made the commitment to incorporate more gospel music into her country studio albums. This trend would