Just a sampling of some local events:
April 6: Movie Day at the Hughes Main Library. Watch “Born in the USA” and learn about birth choice in SC. I’ll represent the doula perspective on the Q&A panel after the event. 10.00 donation suggested.
April 8: The Spartanburg Babywearing Group meets at Labors of Love. 11am
April 10: Greenville Cloth Diaper Group has a monthly meeting at the Taylors branch library. 10am.
April 11: EarthFest at Greenville Tech’s Barton Campus. I’ll be there working a table for Upstate BirthNetwork. Stop by and say hello between 10am-2pm!
April 11: Prenatal Yoga at I Love Natural Baby. 5pm
April 12: Parent and Toddler Yoga at I Love Natural Baby. 10am
April 12: Parent and Baby Yoga at I Love Natural Baby. 10:45am.
April 13: Come hear the sexy-voiced Michel Odent, MD speak about birth. Sponsored by the Bellies to Babies Foundation and the SC Birth Coalition. Info here.
April 13: Cloth Diaper 101. A free class to introduce you to cloth diapers!
April 20: Thrive: A Conscious Health Experience in Clemson. Looks like such a fun day full of exhibits, kids yoga, and special speakers. 10am-4pm.
April 20: The Great Cloth Diaper Change is happening at I Love Natural Baby. Come break the record with your baby!
April 23: Meet the Midwives event at Greenville Midwifery Care. 6-8pm. Registration is online through our home page on website or you can email to GMCmidwife@ghs.org.
April 27: Blessingways: A Gathering of New and Expectant Families. April is Cesarean Awareness Month. Join the discussion. 2pm.
April 28: The Fair Exchange. This is the third year that I’ve organized this amazing event to raise $$ for a cause. This year, we’re raising money for the SC Birth Coalition as they lobby to protect birth choices in SC. Stop by and shop gently used baby clothes, cloth diapers, babywearing products, etc and buy some raffle tickets for fantastic prizes.
This month, I’m teaching three Hypnobabies series and will attend two births, two postpartums, three prenatals, and meet with a few new couples for the first time.
I thought this was a part time job? I love it so.