Conscious Parents Raising Conscious Kids
Thanks for checking out my blog! I started this blog back in 2011 (!) because I believe the best way for me to help children live better lives— my ultimate goal—is to help enlighten the people who take care of them and the environment they grow in. This blog is meant to inspire and motivate parents to be spiritually grounded so that they radiate love in all that they do, including parenting. It is also a place where parents can come get other perspectives on the issues that affect us everyday.
My intention is to encourage you to be the best you possible. I know from my own experience that when we parents are “clicking on all cylinders”, we gain clarity. That clarity empowers us to make the best possible choices for our children. What could be more important?
I hope that by sharing some of my struggles and being vulnerable, I can help you know that you are not alone. I want us to feel connected and unafraid as we go forward in raising our little treasures.
I am the mother of two beautiful daughters, the wife of a wonderfully supportive husband, a writer, and spiritual healer. My life’s work is to help people reconnect with their souls.
I hope you enjoy the blog.
Djenaba Dioum Kelly (Sugarbabies)
Disclaimer: I am not a psychologist, psychiatrist, pediatrician, medical doctor, dentist or lawyer. I am, however, a wife and mother. This, of course, means that I have been ALL of those things in one way or another. Those of you who are parents understand exactly what I mean 😉
Djenaba Dioum Kelly holds an MA in Consciousness and Transformative Studies from John F. Kennedy University. The descendant of traditional African healers, she spent her formative years in western Africa with her father’s family learning the ways of her people. Now, she incorporates many of the traditional healing methods of her people into a unique spiritual healing practice. She offers workshops on healing shame where she combines ancient African wisdom with modern Western therapeutic methods designed for people in the West.
Djenaba lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with her husband and two young daughters.