Warrior Poet

It’s a rainy day here in Atlanta. And post Dominican Republic, it’s exactly what I needed–an excuse to stay inside and listen to Christmas music, drink hot chocolate and play games on Mommy-and-Asa Day. I’ve got another post in the works about the Dominican Republic and Operation Christmas Child. But I need to sit on it for a little bit.

So, let’s talk about clothes.

More specifically boys’ clothes.

Even more specifically boys’ clothes that don’t have a skull on them. Or a saying like, “I have a bad attitude and my parents think it’s cute” on it.

One of my friends from church (well, he’s not a friend exactly, but we know the same people. It’s a big church, ok?!) has started a boys’ clothing company called Warrior Poet. Their whole mission is to design clothes that exemplify “a spiritual warrior who understands that he embodies the heavenly representation to the earth and the earthly representation to the heavens.”

warrior poet: cool clothes for boys

Isn’t that cool?

These aren’t Christian t-shirts, per se. These are cool, modern shirts that inspire boys to live and show valor, loyalty, wisdom and temperance. I love it.

There are tons of cool shirts to choose from but for Asa, we chose this orange shield shirt. It says, “Watch this!”

How awesome is that? When it came in the mail, he held it in his hand for the entire car ride. Then he sobbed when I made him take off the shirt that night.

If you’re looking for a Christmas present for the boy in your family, this is it!

Which Warrior Poet shirt do you like best? Or what’s the craziest little boys’ shirt you’ve ever seen? (I’ve got an answer in the comments, too!)


I received this shirt in order to write a review. But I asked to write the review because I love the idea of Warrior Poet and want to support people from my church who have a heart for kids!


  1. OK. You HAVE to see this awesome shirt. It’s purple. And has a guitar on it. http://www.warriorpoetclothier.com/cgi-bin/commerce.cgi?search=action&category=2017


    And the craziest shirt? Well, when my brother was little, he had a shirt that said “Master of Disaster”. And if I remember correctly, the screen print was glittery. It was kinda true, too. The disaster part that is. But now he’s grown up. And not at all disastrous. 😉


  2. I love this idea! I pretty much always get my kids plain solid-colored shirts because I can’t stand most of the things that are printed on clothing. I’ll have to check this company out!

  3. Really cool! I checked out their website and they have lots of great styles. I am wondering where they are made?

  4. FINALLY!!! I love this idea and I will be buying these shirts!!

  5. Ahhh … so cool! Now, which one to get for my 18-month-old grandson?!

  6. I thought this would be a great gift idea for my nephew. I put in the code and got the 30% off (Yay!) but no free shipping. That’s $5.50. Help!

    • Valerie, I work for Warrior Poet and just happen to be passing by — someone had mentioned what a great blog sight this was and I wanted to check it out for myself! 🙂 (BTW, it really is very well done – and not just because of the nice words about WP!!) I noticed your comment about the shipping problem and I apologize for the trouble it caused you. I followed up with our IT Dept. and the WebStore/Discount Code has now been fixed and your shipping should be free. Thanks for mentioning it! Happy Shopping….

  7. I love the “What if we all lived like heroes” one. Such a great thing for my little boys (and all the people that would read it)! We’ve gotten 2 of the Warrior Poet shirts through Wittlebee. They are a great quality!

  8. Love that shirt! I don’t have boys, but I can relate to the awful sayings on shirts for kids, ugh! I will let all my boy mom friends know!

  9. I just stumbled upon your blog when I googled names of God Crafts…and found your awesome Advent names of God Christmas tree with activities. Then I saw your ABC scripture activities. I have been looking for something like this…how can I impress the hearts of my little boys with God’s word?! I thank Him for leading me to your blog. I am not the crafty-type so need help in fulfilling my desires to creatively teach my babies. Thank you for helping me!! I am so excited to implement your fun ideas!

  10. Cute shirts! Asa is LOVIN’ it!
    GAH, I hate kids t-shirts that promote bad attitudes! Who comes up with that stuff?

  11. I am totally head over heals for the Warrior Poet clothing and the idea that comes along with it! I bought my son 4 shirts on a Zulily deal and he really likes them! I agree with the horrible clothing choices that are out there.

    Now, if only I could find a girls version of the Warrior Poet style and message…. anybody??

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