Thursday, April 25, 2019

Carribbean Therapist, New How-To Guide About Motherhood

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Tampa, FL ( -- New mother Jaielean Jagrup (pronounced JILLIAN JAH-GROUP) from St. Croix, U.S.V.I has created a how-to guide for working mothers and parents overwhelmed by the demands of caring for a newborn. Jagrup, new business owner based in Tampa, Florida, has authored Tiny Little Fingerprints on Everything: A Guide to Winging It, which provides a heartfelt synopsis on parenting, early learning, and finding balance - in a way that works for the reader. With the additional time parents can garner from utilizing the listed tips, Jagrup aims to assist them in pushing them to complete goals fueled by their creativity and passion.

Written with a quick wit and filled with musings on experiences like breastfeeding and cultivating a support system, Tiny Little Fingerprints is the perfect handbook that offers simple, practical advice for all parents on finding your own path to child rearing. Written in an authentic voice, Jagrup lures readers in with her real-word recommendations for handling the ups and downs of being a new mother. To assist in the process, Jaielean also created a learning tool to pair with the book for optimum early learning advancements. Flash Cards for the Island Baby offers learning fun based on cultural and environmental objects.

"Many sayings confirm that the greatest ideas are trapped in the minds of people without the means or motivation to fulfill them. With my business and inspirational tools, I plan to bridge this gap by searching high and low for the available funding, spending my time motivating, encouraging and creating tools to make those goals attainable." Jaielean debuted her book first due to the overflow of comments and advice given when posting videos of the learning progress of her genius toddler Mei. She knew her teaching and motivational style needed to be shared on a larger scale.

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"Motherhood does not come with a handbook. Everyone learns differently, therefore as parents you have to figure out what works for your household, based on the experiences you bring to the table and create an atmosphere where your child can learn," Jagrup also said.

Available in print and e-book, this guide is designed to help parents and guardians be the best they can be using the tools they have. From understanding the keys to early learning to holistic remedies to making sure your child is prepared for the first day of school, Tiny Little Fingerprints on Everything: A Guide to Winging It encourages parents to take an active role in child-rearing.

About Jaielean Jagrup
Jaielean Jagrup, formally known as Jaielean Thomas is a wife, mother, therapist, Ph.D. student, new Caribbean author, poet, model and entrepreneur. She was born on the island of St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands and partially raised in Baltimore, MD with frequent travels throughout her upbringing to many cities in the USA and Virgin Islands. Jaielean credits her mother, as well as all the amazing strong women who helped raise her, for being the confident, strong and ambitious mother she has become.

Early in her career, Jaielean obtained a vocational Clothing Management certificate from the St. Croix Career and Technical Center in St. Croix and began hair styling, tailoring, modeling, applying makeup and writing poetry, all while pursuing an undergraduate degree. Jaielean was given an opportunity in Pageantry to become Miss Caribbean Maryland and later made history as the first Plus size winner of a non-plus National pageant in the USA, Miss Caribbean United States.

These endeavors and the opportunity to compete internationally fueled Jaielean into fusing women empowerment missions into everyday life. She uses her experiences to make a difference in her community and has launched several initiatives in Florida and St. Croix. Jaielean is on a grand mission to inspire, empower, and ignite a flame of multiple Virgin Islands success stories. Her mottos in life are: "If you have the Zeal, you have what it takes," and "While putting faith first, and actually moving in the direction of your goals you will inevitably reach them." Jaielean holds a bachelor's degree in Psychology from Morgan State University in Baltimore and is currently a Ph.D. candidate. She resides in Florida with her husband "J" and their daughter Mei. Learn more about Jaielean at
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