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St. Louis

Aimee Lewis

Aimee is a St. Louis native who grew up in Afton and attended Bishop DuBourg High School. She received her Bachelor’s in Business Administration from Lindenwood University in 2016. Aimee has worked in many different fields but found her career as a project manager for CI Select in 2017. Aimee is married to her husband Joshua, whom she met nearly 7 years ago. They reside in Valmeyer, IL and are the adoptive parents to one beautiful daughter. They have two spoiled fur babies, Jake and Chloe, who rule the roost. Aimee enjoys reading, writing, hiking, traveling, motorcycle riding, trying new restaurants, and spending time with family, especially her toddler. Aimee also enjoys spending time on her charcuterie board business, For the Love of Grazing.

Finding The Right Caregiver For Your Child

When faced with the decision for childcare, it can be very daunting. Do you try to get family to watch your child, an in-home sitter or a daycare facility? Our decision was already made...

Lewis, Party of 3: Happy Gotcha Day!

Happy Gotcha Day! March 6th for the Lewis clan was the most anxiety filled and the most amazing day for us. I never dreamed I would experience something so special and become a mother,...

Miss Fussybutt: Toddler Regression is Real

Miss Fussybutt. That’s the nickname we have been using for the little angel that is our daughter. She has begun walking and babbling which we are over the moon for. But now all of...

Co-Sleeping: Why It Works For Us

As a new parent, there are so many things that you learn about yourself when the baby finally arrives. Before we became parents, I always pictured that I would do things a certain way....

New Year, Less Baggage: Dumping the Financial Burden

It's the start of a new year, and along with it comes resolutions. I have the same as most people such as lose weight, be more organized, eat healthier, etc. One that I would...

An Attitude of Gratitude in Foster Parenting This Thanksgiving

I know the holidays are just around the corner which means my life, like most of you, gets more hectic. Planning holiday meals, attending multiple family functions in the same day, and getting shopping...

Accepting the Reality of the CMV Virus

Being a foster mom, I always get asked, “Don’t you want any children of your own?” I know people aren’t being mean when they ask, but they just don’t realize asking that question puts...

Swim Time for Baby and Mommy

When thinking of ways to make sure our baby experienced things that help with her developmental skills, swimming came to mind.  I knew it would be a bonding experience between us but I also...

Little Red Spots: The Dreaded Hand, Foot, and Mouth Disease

As a first time parent, I wasn’t fully aware of all the rashes, diseases, or anything else that little babies and kids can catch. I mean, I had chicken pox at the age of...

Becoming Parents: Our Journey of Fostering and Adoption

Who knew waking up on February 5, 2018 that our lives would change forever. This is the day we got the call from my husband's cousin to see if we would be interested in...