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Day 329 | AUGUST 05, 2022

Good evening, Friends. Today is day 329 of our new and fantastic life!

Today was my first day fully in charge of the boys and the household; talk about responsibility.

The days started as I hoped, baby Julien waking up at 7 am, and the morning was perfect!

VoVo got some rest on her extra night with us, and by 9:40 am, we were headed to Richmond airport to get her on the flight back to Brazil.

This time, it all worked out! Her flight departed on time, and tomorrow morning, she will be in Brazil with my sisters and our family; I am grateful for all my mother has done!

I was back at the house by 112:30 pm, just on time for Lunch, and I did try to work, but we lost power for about one hour, and we took that time to play with the boys; once power was restored, I was able to get to my office and work until right at 5 pm that is when our nanny leaves, I prepared the boys first dinner by me, Mac and cheese and chicken breast, side of fruit, I am wondering how the boys will deal with a sudden change on their food.

After dinner was bath time and bedtime, Julien went down first, London second, and I am proud to say that by 8:25 pm, both boys were sleeping.

I feel good about my first day in my new role; please pray for me to be the best possible father and husband.

Charlie is doing very well, enjoying spending time with the boys, and getting ready for a full schedule of therapies starting next week.

She captured this sweet picture of me reading a book to the boys.

Thank you for your continued support, and May God Bless You!


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