So I'd go into the archives of each blog to try and find the start so I could match up the posts to my timeframes (ie, two weeks after Matilda died, I'd try and find the archives for two weeks after for them). But generally, I'd find the blog had been started weeks or more often, months after the writer had lost their precious baby.
I think I know why now, at least in my case. The early days were so full of shock and intense raw pain, I didn't have the energy to write about my feelings in any rational way. It took all of my energy just to get out of bed, shower (I didn't always manage this), and eat (I only did this because I knew I had too - my appetite is only just starting to return now). I read grief book after grief book and every book I could find about losing a baby. I couldn't concentrate on anything. I used to read emails and text messages people sent to me but never had the energy to respond. Even now, I'm not sure how I survived those first few weeks.
But I'm scared about the future, I've read blogs and books where the real depression of grief didn't set in until three months or later. The Sids and Kids support groups classify the timeframe for the 'Early Grief' group as 18 months. So I don't know if I've been through the worst or if it's still coming.