I'm feeling so emotional at the moment. I feel my daughter's presence everywhere.
So I turned to the Information Superhighway (for one always does that in the end), and found an organisation called Twinless Twins.
It has tens of thousands of members from all over the globe; helping twins who have lost twins or parents who have lost a twin(s), cope and share their stories and questions.
I found the forum on Facebook, specifically for parents who have a 'twinless twin.'
It's SO unbelievably sad reading everyone's stories and questions. And yet, I feel like I've come home. These people have sadly gone through everything I have. They have had memorials, have released balloons, and they miss their children/brothers/sisters.
They ask all the questions I ask myself.
I don't want it to become 'my thing' or fixate on it, but every now and then I see something and it all makes sense. And therein, lies small comfort.
Perhaps Seb will find comfort here, and I'll know how to answer all his questions when the day comes when we tell him that he is a twin, he has a sister, but she is in heaven.