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What NICU Families Are Saying About Little Warrior Princesses
Judah & Olivia
Shawnee Mission Medical Center
“Judah and Olivia were born at 31 weeks 2 days. Judah was 3lbs 12oz and 16" long. Olivia was 2lbs 3oz and 14 3/4" long. Little Warrior Princesses helped us by giving us restaurant gift cards during our 2 month stay at Shawnee Mission Medical Center NICU. This meant so much to us, since all of our time was spent with our babies in the NICU, and we had to eat out every day! This obviously was getting very expensive, and it helped us out so much by taking some financial stress off of our family! Thank you again so much, your support and encouragement came at the perfect time!"
~ Rebecca Seifert
Florence Jade Liora
Kansas University Hospital
"Our precious little girl was born at 23 weeks. She weighed in at 15oz and 11 inches long. We named her Florence Jade Liora. Liora in Hebrew means "God's gift of light to me" and she definetly has been a bright light in our lives. What a little miracle. She now weighs over 5lbs! It's been quite a journey for us and we have had our ups and downs here in the NICU but we have been so blessed. Little Warrior Princesses has been one of those that has reached out and been a help and blessing in time of need. It's so nice to know people care. Even about the little things. We are truly thankful!"
~ Hannah Winter
Thank You to Our Community Partners
Little Warrior Princesses is excited to be partnering with local businesses to help us continue to raise funds and build awareness about our organization.
A professional photographer based out of the greater Kansas City metro and originally from Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Since 2011, Jessica has been photographing premature babies with their families during their stays in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) here in the KC Metro, completely free of charge. The experience of meeting these families and hearing their stories has given her a unique and both heartwarming & heart wrenching perspective into a world very few know about. Having that work published and shared worldwide has shown that there are so many more NICU stories from around the world that need to be told.
Serving a breaded, boneless chicken breast between two buttered buns is a seemingly simple idea--but it was a novelty for its time. Truett Cathy experimented for years at the Dwarf Grill in Hapeville, GA when in 1964, he finally arrived at the perfect recipe.On that day, the Chick-fil-A® Chicken Sandwich was born. That capital A is on purpose – it means "grade A top quality". Truett's customers told him, "We like it, don't change it again." And they haven't.
Melissa McGee Photography is about giving clients a tangible way to remember what is precious to them forever while having a blast in the process!
In photo sessions, they try to encourage people to be authentic and true to who they are, because they believe each being is created uniquely, and for a purpose. They find that people are at their best when they are true to that self, and embrace the chance to show it off to the world! Melissa has all sorts of techniques up her sleeve to help put people and animals at ease, so their true selves can be seen. That means, playing games, acting goofy, or even just sitting next to a fearful pet or shy child so they can get to know her and feel more comfortable with her. Whatever it takes!
They want the people and pets they photograph to know that they are more than what they feel like on any given run-of-the-mill “every day”. They are more than just a kid, a nerve-frayed momma, an overworked parent, a self-conscious teenager, a lonely pet in a cage in a shelter. They are truly unique from anyone else in this world, and they are that way for a reason and a purpose, and that is beautiful. They are beautiful, amazing, and worthy of being photographed, remembered and treasured.
For more information, please visit their website.
Rachel's Tea House is an outreach ministry and organization that helps teen and single moms and their babies.
Rachel's Tea House was birthed in 2000, after the loss of one of Carolyn Cofield's daughters. Carolyn knows the pain of losing a child, but she also knows the healing power of God that moves you from pain to purpose, tragedy to triumph, grief to glory.
Rachel's Tea House opened as a Crisis Pregnancy Center in 2002 and expanded to a Maternity Home in 2006, housing over 60 girls and their babies. Rachel's Tea House transitioned to a Pregnancy Resource Center in 2012, a community outreach program offering mentoring, support and encouragement to young moms facing the challenges of teen and single parenting.