Passionate About the Community
and the Moms Who Live Here

Meet Our Co-Owners

Hello + Welcome St. Augustine Moms!

Brandie Andreoli


Co-Owner//Editorial Director

Brandie made her way to Jacksonville via South Carolina, Massachusetts, and Pennsylvania. She met her Chicago-born husband while in college at Boston University in 2000. After six years of dating, he finally proposed to her. They tied the knot in 2007 on Sanibel Island and from then on he decided to give up the cold to live in a place with sunshine and beaches. Brandie and her husband are now raising their three kiddos near St. Augustine. To help balance the insanity of everyday life, Brandie helps at her kids’ schools, manages the content on SAMB and slowly finds ways to volunteer in the community. When Brandie isn’t spending time with her family, she loves to make a trip to the spa with a good book and glass of wine.

Brandie oversees all editorial content and events for St. Augustine Moms Blog.

Kayla Peloquin


Co-Owner//Director of Sponsorship & Social Media

Kayla is a born and raised St Augustine native who couldn’t imagine calling anywhere else home. She graduated from Flagler College in 2010 with a BA in Communication and earned an MBA with an emphasis in marketing by the age of 21. Kayla is the co-owner of Girly-Girl Partea’s, a company that specializes in themed children’s party planning and character events. She’s a former Director of Marketing who now works from home as a freelance social media marketer while raising her two daughters. She has a self-proclaimed obsession with crafting and believes glitter makes everything better. In her spare time, Kayla enjoys spending time with her family and can often be found at Disney World. Kayla also writes about motherhood on her personal blog, Mommy of a Princess.

Kayla oversees all advertising and sponsorship opportunities for St. Augustine Moms Blog.

The Founders

Vicky Lane and Megan Killis founded St. Augustine Moms Blog in 2016. They stepped down as owners in 2018, but St. Augustine Moms Blog wouldn’t exist without their original vision and passion for connecting moms in St. Augustine and the surrounding area. Thank you, Vicky and Megan!