Hey there, I’m Jeannie. I grew up a Catholic school girl who’s first boyfriend was a gang member and now lives in the suburbs of San Diego with my handsome husband (who is not the said gang member) and 3 amazing teenagers.
I must say parenting has been a roller coaster ride of twists and turns and unpredictable dips that can throw us off our feet.
I wouldn’t trade it for the world. I have many passions; coffee being a high priority. I love unleashing my inner creativity through various creative outlets. I am passionate about optimal health and creating freedom, serving people to be their best and helping young teen girls thrive in their true identity.
When I reflect back on my life’s experiences and the path that has brought me to who I am today, the pivotal and significant time in my life was when I was 13 years old. It was a time where my childhood and the trajectory of my adulthood collided. It was such a crucial time in my life that laid out the bricks down the path I headed. Thankfully I gave my life to Jesus in my early 30’s where those bricks I myself have laid down were demolished and cleared my original path.
Why 13? It was the year my mom said, “I don’t know who you are anymore”. It was the year I made so many dumb mistakes which led to a cascade of other mistakes into my adult life. As I reflect back, I do not have any regrets because I know God uses all for good. I wouldn’t be sitting here writing my story out to you and developed this passion to help other moms, mentors, and young teen girls. I have been there. I was that young girl that needed guidance; that needed help even when I rejected it. I needed a mentor to guide me, not my inexperienced friends to lead me.
This is why my heart is here with young teen girls.
I equip moms and mentors of young teen girls to be confident in their identity. The identity that is uniquely created for each individual girl given by a loving Creator. I am here to help girls lessen the voices of the lies they hear and amplify the truth about them.
Hi, I'm Jeannie Baldomero