About

You never know just how many resources there are or how much information there is out there for bereaved parents until you become one. It’s like this silent community materializes out of the ashes of the life you thought you’d have. It’s hard trying to navigate it all when you’re feeling crushed by grief. It’s hard to stay afloat.

I created Amos’ Anchors to be a place where grieving parents and their families and friends can come to find resources to hold fast to during their storm of grief: to find their anchor.

I pray that you will find a resource that brings you the kind of support, healing, and hope you need right now, and I’m so, so sorry for your loss and that this resource has materialized for you.

About Me:

My name is Kristen Biehl. I’ve been pregnant 7 times, and I have two living children. I began my journey into motherhood with the birth of my first son, Lucas, in 2013. After struggling with secondary infertility and two very early losses, we conceived our second son, Everett, in 2015 via IUI and he was born safely in 2016 after a very stressful pregnancy. The summer after he was born, I had another early loss, and that winter miraculously conceived naturally with another rainbow baby. May 4, 2018, our third son, Amos Atlee, was delivered from my body via D & E at 18 weeks gestation. He had passed away three weeks prior, unbeknownst to me. Three months after Amos’ death, I had another early miscarriage. Without answers or reasons for our losses, we are still in the process of trying to grow our family, bracing ourselves for what may be next, trying to be hopeful after such a difficult journey thus far.

You can read more about my journey through secondary infertility and my experiences with loss and grief on my personal blog: Mommy Sincerest and can also follow me on Instagram @MommySincerest and on Facebook.

After the death of our son, Amos, I came home from the hospital with a small folder of papers that gave little help or guidance or comfort. I wanted to improve the paperwork sent home for mothers sent home with empty arms and an empty womb. And I wanted to do more than that; I wanted to create something lasting and further reaching. With my background in social media management and in research and writing, I knew that a comprehensive website would be how I could provide such a resource for those families. Thus, my work began on Amos’ Anchors.