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seeking milk for adopted preemie

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Post by jtompkin on Mon Apr 25, 2011 12:04 pm

Hello! I have milk I can donate. 100-150 ounces for now. I could meet you somewhere if it's easier. I'd be happy to help. Hope your baby is doing better! Mine was also in the NICU for some time, so I know how hard that can be. Glad to hear yours is home now. Please let me know if you are interested in the milk.

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Re: seeking milk for adopted preemie

Post by harmonymw on Fri Apr 22, 2011 6:24 am

thank you! any leads are GREATLY appreciated!

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Re: seeking milk for adopted preemie

Post by jude on Fri Apr 22, 2011 6:17 am

I have a friend (in another 2 mom family) on the Cape who donates milk and she has some more to donate. She is not a MilkShare member but I will contact her and see if I can hook you guys up. Congrats! Smile

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seeking milk for adopted preemie

Post by harmonymw on Fri Apr 22, 2011 5:46 am

hello, we are new here and hoping to find some lovely milk for our baby.

jace was born on 2/2/11 at 29 weeks. he had many medical problems, most of which he overcame like a champ. on 4/1 we were selected as his family. we stayed with him for the remainder of his nicu time and brought him home 4/19.

he has to be tube fed for at least the next few months and the hospital has instructed us to use enfacare 22 calorie formula, but mix it to create 24 calorie feedings. it upsets his belly so much. he grunts and groans day and night and has awful gas. he is gaining weight nicely, but we would love to support his becoming more healthy by supplementing him with donor milk.

we are a two mom family on cape cod with an older daughter (2.5). i'm typing this with my fussy baby in my arms and am very new, so please ask for any info i've omitted.

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