Day 52 | NOVEMBER 01, 2021

Good Evening Friends, today is day 52 of our new and amazing life!


It is hard to believe but it is November 1!


The perception of time is so relative, and I may have said this before, when we have a grateful mindset/ hear time goes by fast and when we are sad or depressed time stands still.


For me these last few weeks have passed very fast! We had so much good news and today I received another good news!


Her second batch of new CEA skin, ( lab grown) is scheduled to arrive on 11/12!


The doctors and nurses and I are beyond excited, given her incredible healing so far, the hopes are very high for the second batch!


This time they will receive 52 sheets vs 38 from the first time. I am beyond grateful to her Doctor, he is doing the best to ensure her the best possible outcome with the limited options that he has.


Charlie was in good spirits today, she was tired as usual after her 4 hours of air dry. But we managed to review the pictures and videos of our boys during Halloween, she really enjoyed seeing them in costumes!


We also talked about how next Halloween, God willing Charlie will be home ! And that got her to smile

Today was a good day!


Tomorrow Charlie will return to the OR to replace some of her allografts and wound care, it will be her surgery number 30!


I am once again here asking for your help with Charlie’s go fund me, I have learned of new expenses and we will need every single one of you to support us! With your help we can achieve the 200k goal!


We had a fantastic head start but now we have almost stopped, let’s bring Charlie’s Go fund page back to the top!!


Please know any amount not used by Charlie’s needs will be donated to a Charity of Charlie’s choosing, I really appreciate your generosity.


https://gofund.me/78c7cf8c


Thank you and 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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