Hannah Haro

Hannah Haro
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 a pro bono clinic at University of St Augustine, she has previously worked as a babysitter, downhill ski instructor, math teacher, barista, and health coach. 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

"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...
social media

Stop the Scroll : Reasons I Pushed Pause on Social Media

Before you really get into my reasons I "Pushed Pause" on social media, I want to start by saying it really IS a "pause." I'm not completely off social media -- I can't be...
grilled cheese

5 Recipes for National Grilled Cheese Day

Grilled cheese and tomato soup. That's my number 1, tried-and-true, go-to comfort food. And we could all use a little extra comfort these days, right? I've tried a lot of variations on this classic,...
eating disorder

This Mom’s Eating Disorder Recovery Journey

My daughter saved my life. She's only 27 months but I can honestly say that it is largely because of her I chose not to continue on the path -- no, highway, going 90...
Baby-Led Weaning

Why I Chose Baby Led Weaning

If you’re looking for a guide on what baby led weaning (BLW) is, or how to start it, I wrote one of those last year! This isn’t that. Instead, this is my “why,” the reason I...

Why I’m Saying “No!” to ALL the Extracurricular Activities

I want to start this post with a warning/confession: my only child is only 20 months, so in some ways, the following words are coming from a still-fresh new mom who still has the...

My toddler’s 20 months old. Yes, I’m still breastfeeding.

It's been a while since I wrote... anything. Between the quarantine, feeling like I had nothing to write about, not having time to write because I have a toddler at home and am working...

Keep Your Kids Active, Even During The #CoronavirusQuarantine

I've got a 1 year old. She is the most social and active 1 year old ever, I'm sure of it. She NEEDS interaction with other kids, NEEDS to be running and climbing and...

Mom’s Perspective :: National Eating Disorder Awareness Week

It’s National Eating Disorder Awareness week! (Feb 24-March 1) This year’s theme is Come As You Are: Hindsight is 2020, so it felt especially fitting that I would share about my battle with an eating...

Homebody at Heart

"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,...