Day 212 | APRIL 10, 2022

Good evening, Friends, today is day 212 of our new and amazing life!


As you know by now, Sunday is the one day I don’t visit with Charlie, it is the day she chose to spend with her friends and for me to spend with our boys, it is a perfect way to balance my presence between her and the boys.


Today I had a blast with the boys! I broke a personal record; I was outside playing with the boys for almost 5 hours! I still don’t know how Charlie used to be outside with the boys for 8 to 9 hours daily! I am exhausted!!


I salute you, mothers! You are all amazing!


Charlie called in the morning and Julien was adorable as always, and she called again in the afternoon and London told her all about his fun day with daddy 🙂


Today Charlie had a very special visit, she received the visit of two of her fitness instructors/ friends at her beloved OFM (one fit mother). They are Charlottesville’s community of women supporting each other in fitness, motherhood, and life.


Charlie sends me a text to share with you, what does OFM means to Charlie:


“For me OFM is more than just workout classes to stay healthy and strong, it’s an entire community of wonderfully welcoming moms that are there to support you throughout all stages of motherhood. The workout was just a bonus. I’m only kidding! The workouts are perfectly curated to be as fun as they are challenging.


They also have supported us with so much love and generosity during this difficult journey.


Also, part of Charlie’s survival was her great physical shape before the accident.


The ladies had such a great time together, they laughed, cried and had a fun time.


Today was a great day, here with the boys and Charlie with her girls.


Tomorrow, we will return to our normal coverage of Charlie’s recovery, I can’t wait to see my beautiful wife tomorrow.


May God Bless you and Good Night.


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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