I just saw your loss in your signature. I'm so sorry. (((hugs)))
Thanks. It's actually been remarkably easy, even though the loss itself was pretty traumatic. (Happened at 14 weeks, and I had heard the hb earlier that day.)
I'm not sure if I'm in denial or what. I think I've been so busy worrying about Isaiah that I've not had the time or the inclination to really grieve. It was also a lot different this time because with past losses, there was nothing to see or say good-bye to. Also, I had been given various opportunities to enjoy this little one while he was still with us (hearing hb, seeing u/s, even feeling some kicks). My very good friend told me when I shared the news of my BFP that we should enjoy this little one for as long or as short of a time as it was with us, and that's what I did. I don't know if that makes sense, but it seems like enjoying every minute of having the baby with us was with us made saying good-bye easier.