I'm still dealing with it and our lives are still deeply impacted by our loss.
I know we're never going to 'get over' this and it'll be an experience we'll never forget. This will always be with us. But rightly so, I don't want to forget our first child.
However, slowly but surely I think I'm having more and more better days.
My only wish now is desperately praying the physical side is going to stop some point soon.
My emotions can still change at any time, but I'm definitely crying less. And today even I cried happy tears.
One big change this week has been I've started to read again. Those who know me know I'm a real bookworm and I couldn't believe it when I lost all interest in books and reading. Yes, I am finding it harder to concentrate and am reading slower than I did. However, I did get some sort of enjoyment from reading.
Other little steps have been to do small things on my own - yes they were just to walk to our doctors round the corner, or the shops or my parents. I've done it on my own though and have had a couple of days where I've spent a good few hours at home on my own. This is a pretty big step really when I think about it since I couldn't bear to be apart from my fiancé before.
Due to the physical side still ongoing I'm still very tired and needing to rest a lot which at times I've found frustrating.
I can't gym, but I can go for walks and I've been trying to make a start on our garden. Although I do need to remember my limits right now else I end up not feeling great.
Another step this week has been to finally see a friend. So far it's been close family only - my parents and my fiance's family. I actually found the experience did me good.
Seeing anyone non-family on my own without my fiancé though still feels a step a bit too far.
I also had my hairdresser over to dye my roots. It may sound vain, but it has helped my confidence slightly to have those grey and white hairs that had appeared hidden away.
I've also collected a photobook today which I had made of memories of Little Seed which I plan to keep in a keepsake box of our little one.
On Saturday I have another follow up scan to see if this second set of medical management has worked. I really feel I need that appointment to go 'well'.
I continue to get comfort from other people in similar situations, people who've been through this in the past, my fiancé and family members, seeing the lovely flowers people continue to send and the photobook today brought happy tears.
So although it feels a long way to go still, I'm finally feeling like I'm starting on that journey forward. Keep everything crossed for me this physical part starts to stop soon!