Meet Daytona Beach Mom
We are the premier parenting resource for what every mama needs in Greater Daytona Beach. We are an aspirational modern online magazine.
Daytona Beach native Jeri Delgado is a wife, proud mom, and appellate attorney. From winning the Taekwondo Jr. Olympics at age 10, to playing college soccer, sports have always played a huge role in Jeri’s life. Motherhood is no different. Jeri continues to use the lessons learned in sports everyday as a mother. Now her primary (and favorite) sport is chasing her toddler around town. The rest of her time she spends writing (both legal and nonlegal), shooting lifestyle photography, and playing tennis. Her writing style is to empower moms to apply the lessons of sports in motherhood.
Melissa lives in Ormond Beach with her husband, Jared, and their young daughters, Adeline and Marlowe. Hailing from Connecticut, Melissa moved to Miami after studying fashion in Rhode Island. While living in the “Magic City,” she fell in love with Cuban food and her husband (in no particular order), and then got married and had a baby. In 2015, Melissa decided to take a step back from her career in fashion to focus on her new role, becoming a mom to Adeline. She and her new family relocated to Greater Daytona Beach, where she really connected to the refreshing beach-town vibe. Melissa is currently a stylist to the stars (aka her daughters) and hopes to share her experiences with a fly-by-the-seat-of-your-pants (slash) research every little detail approach to motherhood. She enjoys exploring new places with her family, and whipping her tennis game into shape so she can play against Jeri.
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