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Help make room in my freezer!--TAKEN. Thanks!

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Re: Help make room in my freezer!--TAKEN. Thanks!

Post by munguin on Fri Apr 08, 2011 3:49 pm

Hi,

I would be absolutely delighted to help you free up some room in your freezer. :-)

I am a 31-year-old (also vegetarian) expecting my second child. Although I enjoyed a wonderful breastfeeding experience with my 1st child, I will not be able to breastfeed this time around due to a bilateral mastectomy (both of my breasts were completely removed). It is very important to me that my baby have as much breast milk as possible and as little formula as possible.

I live in Connecticut but I do travel to New Hampshire via rt 495/93 sometimes so pickup could probably be worked out.

Please email me: munguin at hotmail dot com

Thank you so much for donating! I think there is a special place in heaven for breastmilk donors (or if not there should be).

Sara

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Help make room in my freezer!--TAKEN. Thanks!

Post by Minicia on Fri Apr 08, 2011 12:00 pm

I have a fat and happy almost-7-month-old boy who hates bottles and loves to nurse at night!
As a result, I've pumped countless ounces and frozen them, never to be thawed again. I've already donated close to 800 ounces (I think) to two other mamas, and have amassed another collection in the freezer--I'm guessing close to 200 oz but I honestly don't keep very close track--I know, I'm blessed with abundance! Smile

I'm a vegetarian, but eat dairy, eggs, wheat, etc.

I live north of Boston, please let me know if you are interested.


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