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    The Best Birth online class
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    Sarah McMoyler, RN posted:
    News Flash!
    To meet the growing demand from around the country, the very popular McMoyler Method childbirth class (taught in San Francisco) is now available as an online class and includes: childbirth preparation, infant CPR, breastfeeding and newborn care.

    There is a limited time introductory price, which will allow expectant parents everywhere to learn everything they need to know before they deliver. Included is a free download of the 150 page coursebook that accompanies the class, providing an excellent source to refer to back to before delivery and once the baby is home with you.

    Looking forward to preparing you for the biggest event of your life!

    Sarah McMoyler RN, BSN
    www.thebestbirth.com
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