Hannah Haro

Hannah Haro
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Hannah Haro, PT, DPT is a physical therapist, wife to Daniel and mom to Mina (2018). She was born and raised in a small northern Michigan town, is bilingual, helps run a soccer clinic for kids with disabilities, is a Christian, and a partner at the Austin Stone Community Church. Though Hannah currently works as a PT in Bastrop, she has previously worked as a babysitter, downhill ski instructor, math teacher, barista, health coach, and pediatric PT. She likes to say she is in the business of rehabilitation: of people, as a PT; and of homes, as she and her husband are now on renovations for house #4 in as many years. She also loves coffee and anything chocolate, enjoying the green spaces of Austin, and a really good sci fi/fantasy novel while curled under a blanket.

Mom’s Guide To Creating the Best Birth Plan

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"Wait... I need a 'Birth Plan?' Isn't the plan to ... give birth?" When I signed up for the Bradley Birth Method class, we had no idea of the number of interventions possible during labor...

Homebody at Heart

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"Ain't nobody like a homebody." Is a sign you will see perched in a few different corners of Magnolia Market by Joanna and Chip Gaines. For those of you who are a homebody at heart,...

Everything Changes, All the Time

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I used to think everything changed until it got to a point where it was static and life stayed the same after that. Routines, checklists, work -- that eventually I'd get to a point...

Moms Guide to Baby-Led Weaning

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What is Baby-Led Weaning? First, it's not "weaning" per se; the focus is not on giving up breastmilk or formula. The focus is, instead, on adding (age-appropriate) solid foods (rather than purees) to your little...

Perfect Pumpkin Pastries, Pasta, and more

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I was so excited to use that alliteration. So excited, in fact, that I specifically looked for a pasta recipe so I could have more than just sweet pastries in this post. Pumpkin is such...

Attachment Parenting: The Benefit of Touch

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If you didn’t know already, I’m a big advocate of hugging (see my blog post on why hugging is so good for you). So it shouldn’t come as a big surprise that I’m a...

Self Care Is Just Not Enough

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Self Care isn't enough. I'm not saying that it isn't important--necessary, even-- to take a few minutes to breathe in the middle of your day. Or that cup of coffee with your Bible. Or that...

We Disconnected our Television

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When my husband and I got married 6 years ago, we didn't have a television. This wasn't initially a choice we talked about and made for a specific reason; honestly, we just didn't have the...

This Is Postpartum

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This is postpartum. It's making the final push and finally seeing your newborn. It's that breathless questioning, "Is she okay? Is she breathing? Does she seem healthy?" It's holding your little one in your arms for...

What’s In Your Diaper Bag?

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My diaper bag is an ever-evolving thing. I am an enneagram type 1/ type A personality so lists are my best friends, and I started a list of what I’d need in my little...