Day 67 | NOVEMBER 16, 2021

Good Evening Friends, today is day 67 of our new and amazing life!


Today I had a busy morning at work. I am slowly getting back to my office, since the accident happened, so I have a lot of catching up to do!!


So, I made my way to the hospital and arrived there around 4pm today, as I walked in to her room, they were taking her off the ventilator:), for a test to see how she does breathing on her own , the plan is to keep her off until 10 pm tonight, and put her back on overnight and slowly get her off it ! I am beyond happy, since I was not expecting that would happen today! Thank you God!


Charlie did very well breathing on her own while I was there and that is a great sign!


Charlie did her 4 hours of air drying and once again it was painful, but she did the whole 4 hours as usual ! You go Charlie !


She was awake when I arrived , I showed her the pictures from the boys Christmas photo shoot over the weekend and she loved it so much! You should see how her eyes brighten up , she loves our boys so much! and they are just so adorable, Thank you so much for your generosity and the beautiful pictures Ashley McKinney Photography


They will keep Charlie off the ventilator until 10pm today and she will be placed back overnight and tomorrow during the day off again, until they think she is ready to be off.


Here is a very interesting fact, when Charlie is on the ventilator her Oxygen saturation is 95% to 97%. The moment she is off and breathing on her own , her oxygen saturation goes to 98% to 100%, if there are any medical professionals here, could you please explain to me why? I asked her nurse and she said, she doesn’t really know why, since normally it is the opposite.


Today was a good day!


Thank you for your continued 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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