When Dreams Die

Thank you to one of our Warrior Dad’s for sharing his story of dreams, losing them and then finding them for your children. In the beginning, we all have dreams for our children. Whether it was in the hospital delivery room, or like for us, the day in court when the judge pronounced us adoptive […]

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What Your Adoptive Teenager Wants You To Know

I know the majority of parents can agree that being a teenager wasn’t all that easy. Puberty, recognizing that the opposite sex didn’t actually have cooties, having BO, anxiety and of course the sassy attitude that always got you into trouble were pretty standard teen stuff. Face it, adding the ending -teen on your age […]

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The Faces We Wear – Part Two

My friend opened up and told me she was tired, feeling alone and desperately needed time away with her husband to reconnect and remember what it felt like to be “her” instead of the mom of three kids. She needed five minutes to NOT be a mom, to be herself – not the mom that had […]

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Do you know your love language?

One of my favorite books is The Five Love Languages by Gary Chapman. Gary encourages you to figure out your loved ones love language and how to best fill their love tank. He explains how to show your spouse, child, or other loved ones that you love them, in a way they will appreciate and […]

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You have done nothing wrong!

In the Bible there is a story of a blind young man that was blind from birth. One day, while he was sitting in the village market, begging for his living, the priests of the time used him as an object lesson as they passed by. They asked the question of why the boy was […]

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Welcome to the Warrior Moms Community

Thank you so much for visiting our new Warrior Mom’s blog ! We’re going to reserve this area for posts about encouragement, advice, humor, and breaking news. We’re very excited to have you as a part of our community and want to tell you a little bit about our hopes and dreams for you and […]

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