Day 50 | OCTOBER 30, 2021

Good Evening Friends, today is day 50 of our new and amazing life.


Saturday’s are always a special day to spend with family and boys. I miss having Charlie home with us so much, but I am so thankful to be able to visit her at the hospital.


Today when I arrived she had just finished her 4 hours of air drying and besides the painful and exhausting procedure, Charlie was in great spirits and smiled at my arrival, from the outside of her room I was able to show her the sweatshirt I was wearing from her moms group, the sweatshirt has a wonderful tagline, I will post a picture of it .


I am forever grateful for this amazing group of women!


Shortly after my arrival, Charlie asked to take a nap and she rested for a little bit, I stepped out of her room for few minutes to let her rest and also to cool off , her room was at 81degrees when I arrived, with the full on bunny suit set up it gets very hot in there.


After Charlie rested I showed her pictures and videos of our boys, she loves to see her babies ! Today Charlie’s pain was under control and she was in very good spirits.


As we continue on this journey , I am still unsure of our future, but I do have certainty of one thing, and that is God is amazing and he will guide us and Charlie’s miracle has a purpose and he will reveal it to us when the time is right.


Charlie remains without a fever and we are still waiting in the blood cultures to confirm the infection or not, regardless of the results, the fact she has no fever and no other symptoms is a good sign that she is responding to the antibiotics.


Today was a good day!


I arrived home today by 8pm, just on time for our Saturday pizza dinner , London’s favorite! It is truly a blessing to have my family here with me during these difficult times.


Thank you for your prayers and for your 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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