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Hannah is a work-at-home mom, of eight children and married to her childhood sweetheart. She has 3 girls and 5 boys, ranging in ages 21 to 6 months. Hannah is passionate about home birth and breast feeding. She has had 2 hospital births and 6 home/water births, her most recent birth experience was a Lotus birth. When she’s not chasing diapered bottoms, you can find her coordinating blog campaigns, writing articles and promoting her shop. Before she became a mother, she worked at the Admissions office at a community college as a database manager.

Hannah is the owner, editor and administrator of TheOliveParent brands. You'll find a good mix of content on TOP. As an advocate for natural and "wholistic" living, Hannah writes passionately about health, wellness and empowerment posts for women & families. A TheOliveParent Giveaway© reflects the quality that meets TOP's expectation. You won't find synthetic product giveaways here. Hannah included TheOliveParent Organics to the brand in June 2013 as an Miessence Independent Representative. She also freelances as a Social Media coordinator for the Natural Products Industry and works with bloggers to implement promotional campaigns. Hannah is currently a contributor to Holistic Parenting Magazine, a digital and print subscription-based publication.

What This Site Offers...
  • Empowering, informative, research-based articles. 
  • Tips, suggestions and ideas on holistic, natural living.
  • Certified organic home-based business opportunities.
  • Unique Product Consultations through research & personal testimony.
  • Unique Blogging Opportunities for bloggers
  • Promotional opportunities for holistic, organic (preferably certified and non-competitive) businesses,
  • The world's 1st certified organic, food-grade skin/body care range for sale
  • The world's 1st certified organic Probiotic Superfood for sale. (Please contact me via sidebar for questions or leave questions in a comment anywhere on this blog)

Did you know???
The cesarean rate has increased for the 11th year in a row?
The cesarean rate is high for first time African-American moms?

Near and dear to my heart is the plight of gestating African American women in this day and age.AA Women three times likely to deliver prematurely and the cesarean rates for African Americans are high in comparison to whites. Especially considering they are a minority group. Raise awareness of this issue by sharing these little known statistics, or linking to this site.

It is only when we choose to empower ourselves with knowledge and understanding of what our bodies can achieve, is when we have truly experienced the organic liberty found in every soul...the power in the ability to choose...after all it is your journey and no one can take it for you.