Day 341 | AUGUST 17, 2022

Good evening, Friends. Today is day 341 of our new and fantastic life! Today we had an early start, Charlie and I was up at b6:15 a; we had breakfast and left as the boys woke up around 7 am; we headed to Richmond for her appointment with her burn surgeon. The appointment went very well. Charlie is healing and has tiny openings in her grafts. The decision to go back for the touch-ups paid off, and she is in the final stretch of having her new skin healed. Her doctor has scheduled her for a laser application, and this will be the first of many laser sessions needed to help her neck, smooth the scars and give her more range of motion. Charlie is very excited about this next step in her treatment; she will return to Richmond for the laser treatment on September 1st. Her doctor has cleared her to resume her RA meds, but Charlie has to wait until she sees her Rheumatologist next week before she can continue her RA meds; we are very hopeful for that appointment, and we are so grateful for the medical team taking care of Charlie, she is in a good place right now. The good appointment made us happy! Charlie had a full day! Once we got home, she ate lunch, and in the afternoon, Charlie went to the Albemarle County Police for a free Putt-Putt free backpack, back-to-school supplies, pizza, and snow cone night with the boys, with the help of our nanny, and they had a blast! It was a very well-organized event, and Charlie met several people that knew of her story, and everyone was so kind and respectful. It was a delightful afternoon. And when she got home, her aunt had made one of her favorite childhood dishes, Chicken and Dumplings, the perfect end to a good day! Bluey made his way into my office today, and we got to hang out for the day. He is starting to explore his new home. Thank you for your continued support and prayers. Have a good night, and May God bless You! André


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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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