Day 77 | NOVEMBER 26, 2021

Good Evening Friends, today is day 77 of our new and amazing life!


Today was a good day, Charlie was being placed in her chair when I arrived and she was in good spirits, we talked about our boys and how they are growing so fast, we discussed changing London car seat into a booster seat, and also they docs appointments, Charlie is on top of their needs, I just love having her help with those day to day decisions, it brings such a sense of normalcy and God knows how much help I need with the boys day to day . Thank you God for having Charlie’s mind being on top of things!


We continued to watch our Yellowstone show and Charlie is really enjoying it, as I.


Today they changed one her lines , due to a suspicious of a possible blood infection, I am going to wait for the new tests before I start to worry, I am going to pray and ask you to pray that her new tests come back negative, they have started a round of antibiotics just in case, I am remaining positive and trusting in God, I know very well how this rollercoaster ride works, for now I am not riding it, I am just amazed how, now after been scared and worried so many times, God has given me the wisdom to wait before starting to worry about something that I can’t control, I am beyond grateful for this experience, it is true that suffering, pain will make you wise, I am learning that in life there is a price to be paid for almost anything, the price of survival is disability, the price for wisdom is suffering sadly we have and will be paying those prices , but God has a plan and I will trust that he will at his own time, reveal it to us.


Yesterday was a great reminder of how important family is, I hope that you had a great thanksgiving, filled with gratitude and love .


Thank you for your incredible comments and vulnerability, I really appreciate it.


I thank you for your 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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