Day 323 | JULY 30, 2022

Good Evening Friends; today is day 323 of our new and fantastic life!


We have a tradition of taking it easy in the morning, and London loves to come to our bed and watch cartoons; it is so sweet to see his excitement to watch cartoons on a Saturday morning. Of course, Julien is now part of it as well.


Charlie had a busy morning, with shower and wound care early on, she is also dealing with the tampering with her IV meds, and that is causing some discomfort to her; it is a hard reality for burn survivors, the opioid dependence; please pray that her doctors and her body can keep the balance and avoid going into withdrawal.


This will be a difficult challenge to face when the time is right; Charlie is strong, but for no fault of her own, her body has a dependency; we are so grateful to have stable and strong family support because we know it is essential to overcome the dependency, we pray that God continues to guide us in the right direction when the time comes to tackle this complex issue.


We tool it was today, we players outside during the morning, after lunch, we played for hours with magnetizes, Julien is now learning to build instead of list destroying London buildings.


I am so grateful for the opportunity to be present with the boys and create memories that will last a lifetime.


Vovo kept me busy today; she is the cleaning and organizing the house for Charlie's arrival! She is not able to stand still :); I am going to miss her so much! But she needs to go home and rest; she has worked so hard for almost a year, and I am forever grateful for her help!


I haven't asked a question in a long time; if you could, what would you say is the number one take from following our story now for 323 days?


I would greatly appreciate it if you could share that one thing.


Thank you for your prayers and support!


May God Bless You!


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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