Yesterday was always going to be hard. As I said, I had dreaded the thought of sitting in a court room listening to Lexi’s death being discussed. I in fact had to stand as a witness and discuss in detail what happened. However, we were gifted I believe a slight reprieve from the unrelenting sadness of the situation we found ourselves in. The coroner conducting the inquest was kind, considerate of our grief and incredibly fair I felt in the way he carried out the inquest. He fully acknowledged the traumatic devastation we had faced in the last few hours of Lexi’s life. In his summation at the end of the hearing he took the time to offer his heart felt condolence and said he hoped as a family we would now be able to focus on the happy time we had with Lexi. That is all that I can hope for too.