that's good to hear! I think I was just unprepared for pregnancy/fertility-related news at this point - I figured it was a straightforward appendicitis, so it kind of freaked me out.
I did have my level 2 u/s yesterday, everything measuring fine, still freaked out a bit beforehand (I don't think I'll ever have a 'relaxed' ultrasound) but did find out that my placenta is anterior so that explains the lack of movement. I am starting to feel some things this week, but its pretty subtle and not too reassuring yet. I may return the doppler though since I've only used it once, I have appts often enough that I've been okay I guess.
because, I meant to respond to your post, and I even started a response. I just want to say that I think that your daughter's mourning and memorializing are really normal. I would just honor her need to talk about her fears and the loss of the baby (and be so proud of yourself for having an environment that she feels comfortable doing that). I would include her in on anything that is reassuring to you with the baby, and continue to just to openly listen to her fears and thoughts with honesty and love.
It sounds like your dd and I are in a similar place. I lost my little one at six weeks, and he was a baby to me. I love that baby as much as I love my ds. That loss was so profound and devastating that I often question and fear the viability of this baby.