We would encourage anyone to go and see this film that will be showing here in Greenville. Postpartum Depression is real and becoming educated about it is necessary.

"There is a public health crisis and no one is immune. It is the most common complication of childbirth and the most under-diagnosed. Dark Side of the Full Dark... Side of the Full Moon - Greenville SC brings maternal mental health out of the shadows, and shows the inconsistencies in care."

Showing in Greenville at Camelot Theater on Thursday Dec. 1, 6:30 pm. Go to this link to buy a ticket. We have to sell 88 more tickets to make sure this movie is shown. Every ticket matters, buy 1 or buy 10 for the family and friends. #darksideofthefullmoongreenvillesc

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April was blessed to be with a strong mama as she brought her beautiful baby boy into the world this week!

Sat 10:00 AM ESTMcAlister SquareGreenville
223 people went

Great event this Saturday!!

Sat 10:00 AM ESTMcAlister SquareGreenville
223 people went

Saturday's schedule! Exciting events!

Upstate South Carolina's only Birth and Baby Expo!

Awesome opportunity!!!!

The Upstate's only complete Birth and Baby Expo designed to support families from birth and beyond!
Breastfeeding Positions, including Laid-back Breastfeeding/Biological Nurturing. By La Leche League

This is very neat!!

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Pat: This is one of the most beautiful things I've ever seen.

April witnessed a strong mommy work very hard to bring her baby into this world! The beauty of birth will never get old! Brings me to tears every time.

So gentle and peaceful....

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This is a video of the amazing Dr. Andrew Bisits turning Matisse from breech to head down at 37 weeks. They call him the Baby Whisperer.

Amazing to see the handiwork of God....

India TV added 25 new photos to the album: Incredible Photos: How A Child is Born — with Jennu Modi and 76 others.

Swedish photographer Lennart Nilsson spent 12 years of his life taking pictures of the foetus Developing in the womb. These incredible photographs were taken conventional cameras with macro lenses, an endoscope and scanning electron microscope. Nilsson used a magnification of hundreds of thousands and “worked” right in the womb. His first photo of the human foetus was taken in 1965.

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Hope to see this in the upstate soon!

Nitrous oxide used by many other developed countries.
Before you go into labor, check out these 6 surprising statistics that will change the way you give birth. Each one represents a choice that many pregnant women are called upon to make about their births. If women had this information available to them, they might choose differently for themselves a…