Day 112 | DECEMBER 31, 2021

Good Evening Friends, today is day 112 of our new and amazing life!


Oh 2021! What a year we had.


We started the year on a very positive note, with a lot of hope for the future, we had so many blessings, we had just welcomed our new baby last December and life was full of blessings!


Around August we had my mom come over from Brazil in order to have her meet our newest baby, and little did we know that a lot would happen starting at that point, well we all went to Mexico to stay with her during her quarantine and upon returning to the US we all had COVID , and my poor mom had to be hospitalized, that was very scary, but thank God she recovered and was back home with us after 6 days at the hospital, and than September came and our life’s were changed forever on 9/10/21.


That is the day, the world as we knew came down in flames, literally.


This incredible challenge was presented to us without any warning, but God quickly came to our aid, and sent us dozens, followed by hundreds and now thousands of supporters, I was so humbled by the incredible love and support we received from so many friends and strangers.


I even started to write ! This is the biggest surprise of all , if you ask Charlie.


This year has taught me to be humble, patient and grateful.


This is how I choose to end this year, with a grateful heart.


I pray that 2022 will be the year we start our new life with Charlie home by our side .


I am so grateful to God, my faith has been put to a very difficult test, but I can confidently say that God provided me with the comfort and strength that I needed to survive and thrive under the biggest challenge of my life.


I will never be able to express how much I appreciate all of your help, support and prayers, I could not have done without you !


I wish you a Happy New Year! May God bless you in 2022!


André


Charlie and Julien .jpeg

Cheering on Charlie. 

On Friday, September 10th, Charlie Anne Xavier was in a horrific and life-changing accident. Though she’s surprising her doctors and nurses daily with her incredible strength and resilience, this road to recovery will be an incredibly long one. 

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