Amanda Kloots and Nick Cordero's Son Says His First Words: 'He Still Knows Who His Dada Is'

Kloots recently said she's been turning to loved ones during this difficult time, sharing that a friend recently gave her "really good advice" on how to process her grief.

"We started talking about grief and grieving and she said, 'Amanda, it would be a great thing for you if you found something that was new for yourself right now, that is new that you haven't done before, that doesn't have any attachment to your past with Nick and your past as Nick and Amanda,' " Kloots said.

"She said, 'You have so much in your life that is with Nick that will always be with Nick, but maybe something that will help you through this grief is to find something … that is your experience and yours alone that can make you feel comforted during this transition,' " she shared. "I don't know what it'll be, but I loved that idea. I'm going to try really hard to find that for myself."

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