"I want our son to be in a happy family... it's not long now only two months, it's just flown," said Eden, who rose to fame after appearing on Love Island Australia.
While the couple refused to answer whether they're preparing to move back in together, they did confirm they will be spending a lot of time together in the coming weeks.
"We're pretty good, very excited and I can't wait," he said of their romance, which has clearly strengthened in the last few weeks. "We're excited to have our first Christmas together... [and] New Year's," Cyrell added.
Confirmation they're trying to mend their once strained relationship comes weeks after the expecting mother told New Idea that the "unspeakable pain and disappointment" of bringing a child into a broken home was once weighing heavily on her mind.
"I was desperate for our son to have a mother and a father – a happy home, a happy life," she explained. "Now I go into this all alone. It is devastating. It is the last thing I ever wanted. Everyone thinks this was an easy decision. It really wasn’t.
"It’s easy to break up with someone when you are no longer in love with them. It’s much harder breaking up when you are still in love with them ... I do love Eden," she continued.
As for why they decided to call time on their whirlwind romance in October, the 30-year-old said at the time that she and Eden couldn't help but butt heads over their different parenting values.
"Honestly, I just think we wanted different things. I was happy to stay at home and focus on the baby whereas ... Eden still wanted to go out and do his thing," she said. "We were going in different directions. I wanted to see certain changes in Eden as a partner and as much as he was trying ... it wasn’t really in him."
“Even now he is asking what are the plans for the kid? When does he get to see him? When do I have him? What happens with the things he needs? I really do feel sorry for my child. He won’t get what other kids have. He won’t come home and see both the parents there.
In a recent Instagram Q&A, when asked whether she was prepared to raise a child without Eden by her side Cyrell said she's more worried about losing herself in the thick of it all.
"I'm not scared to be a single mother," she said during the Instagram Q&A. "I'm more scared to forget my own self-worth and my value, and I would rather be happier on my own raising a child than to forget that."
Fighting back tears, she continued: "No one really wants to do it on their own, but in the end, I was made to choose whether or not I was to remain somewhere I wasn't completely happy, or make that sacrifice for myself and my son."