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Donating milk in Kent

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Re: Donating milk in Kent

Post by Hopkins1507 on Fri Oct 26, 2012 10:49 am

We would love your milk my daughter is 3 weeks old and I've doing everything to increase my milk supply so I can pump for when I go back to work and school
But hardly anything comes out when I pump.
Thank you so much

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Post by belmam on Thu May 05, 2011 2:32 pm

Hello I would be interested can you please contact me @
twikyus@yahoo.com
Thank you so much.
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Post by mariagarrity on Tue Apr 26, 2011 8:28 pm

Dear Alinavc,

My name is Maria and I am a mom of a 4-month old who is in need of milk. Although I am working hard with 2 lactation consultants and am on meds and herbs, my milk supply keeps dropping. Would you be interested in donating to us? I live in Portland but am making a trip to Whidbey island would be glad to come on the way up (or down) pick up the milk. I will be traveling on May 7th. I have a UPS account set up if you are willing to ship the milk to me instead. My phone number is (503) 789-3687 or feel free to email me at maria.aron@mac.com

Thank you for your consideration,
Maria

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Donating milk in Kent

Post by alinavc on Tue Apr 26, 2011 7:11 pm

Hi,
I have a 7.5 month old. I've been pumping and freezing milk, but recently my son started to refuse frozen milk. I assume it is because my milk is high in lipase and after it is frozen it starts to taste kind of like soap. I read that some babies do not mind the taste, but my son does. I have about 500 oz of frozen milk; milk is 1-3 months old. I'm healthy. I do not smoke, drink, take any medications. I will donate my frozen milk to anyone in need.

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