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Excess of milk available in Staunton

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Excess of milk available in Staunton

Post by carrie on Wed Aug 04, 2010 9:06 pm

I am a very healthy mom of a 2 month old. I have an excess of milk and have frozen at least 8 oz a day since he was born so I have more than 400 oz in the freezer. I'd like to keep some of it for a rainy day but my freezer is getting full now and I don't want to dump any of it.

I would like for you to pick it up because I would rather not ship milk.

I do not smoke, drink alcohol, or consume drugs and I do eat a healthy diet. I am not dairy free.
I do take prescription Lexapro for postpartum depression and the mini-pill (birth control) but my OB assures me both are OK to take while BFing. I take a prenatal, DHA supplement, and iron daily.

Milk is frozen in Lansinoh bags and all pump parts are sterilized daily.


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