A few months before we found out we were expecting Lily we adopted 2 little kittens that had been abandoned by thier mom. The kittens have been very affectionate to the other half throughout, they seemed to know she was expecting! Though she didnt always appreciate the invasion of personal space. Since we have lost Lily they have been amazing in helping cope with the pain. I know cats are often labelled as uncaring but our two have been very affectionate, walking up with concerned looks and soothing purrs when we’ve been crying. Usually they snuggle the other half and ignore me (even though i feed them!) But ive had some very nice cuddles. Just having our two little furry familt members has been a massive comfort, its not just us at home, its our multi-species family!
Some time ago we purchased some baby sized converse, those have joined us on holiday along with some tiny bunny teddies. Its our way of having Lily on holiday with us.
Some time ago me and the other half decided we would go away for a few days in mid feb – its the last bit of holiday entitlement i have to use this side of the financial year. We have decided to keep this break away (albeit with a new quieter destination) to get away and clear our heads.
our house has accumulated quite a lot of baby things (a fair bit is from our first loss) so yesterday we spent some time packaging it all up and sealing it and putting it into the attic. I was expecting it to be a painful process but it was actually surprisingly theraputic, also it was nice to see some of the cute clothes we had purchased over a year ago! When we do a have little one they will have some vintage fashion to wear!
I have started this blog to talk about my Daughter Lily who was born asleep on the 5th of February 2017. I hope talking about my experiences will not only help me but also help others.