Our Story

And Me Tribe creates opportunities for children to develop engaging, healthy relationships with their favorite adults...

...because it takes a village

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Welcome to our community of exploration!  Here, we believe raising a whole, healthy child is not limited to "mommy & me" and "daddy & me" experiences but it can, and should include the entire "tribe".  We define a tribe as the core loved ones who support, uplift, and pour into families.  You may recall the African Proverb, "It takes a village to raise a child".  Well we use this as the guide for our practice of educating, entertaining, and celebrating our littles and their favorite adults!

Although we believe "the sky's the limit" for what to expect from AndMe, you can bet that you will always find educational materials, fun activities, and shopping opportunities for you and your little to make lasting memories!

About Auntie Keish

In March 2020, when the world shut down due to COVID, our creator, Keisha B. Nelson decided it was time to step up to support families!  What started out as a Facetime story time with a few friends, blossomed into an educational program, hosted on Instagram Live twice a week.  Along with her family, Keisha edutained (educated + entertained) toddlers and preschool-aged littles for months. 

 

When the summer ended and parents were faced with the tough decision about whether or not to return their children to school, Keisha made the decision, once again to support families.  She created a "Back to School Bundle", a 4-month curriculum with educational resources to aid new homeschooling parents.  Since then, Keisha has committed to utilizing her personal gift and professional skills to support families with educating, entertaining, and most importantly fostering healthy bonds with their children.  

Keisha is a modern-day Renaissance woman who seeks to explore ways to support communities with each talent and gift.  She is an alum of Howard University where she earned a Bachelor's of Science in Human Development and Psychoeducational Studies, in addition to a Master's in Reading Writing and Literacy from the University of Pennsylvania.  She also attained a Certificate in Women's Entrepreneurship from Cornell University.  Professionally, she supports others with their businesses/ organizations, brands, events, and ideas.  Her biggest values are faith, family, and fun- ALL of which she believes can and should coexist.

Although her hands are in many pots, Keisha is most proud of her roles as wife and mother to her two children, Cleveland, IV & Kamari Nadine.

Most importantly, you can call her sis... and your kids can call her...

Auntie Keish