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700+ oz milk available for donation in NM (90 miles north of El Paso, TX)

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update: pending

Post by watawata on Wed Feb 24, 2010 9:41 pm

Thanks to a couple of my recipient moms, my current milk stash is pending for shipping. Hopefully I can post again in the near future for additional donation. Very Happy

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700+ oz milk available for donation in NM (90 miles north of El Paso, TX)

Post by watawata on Sun Feb 07, 2010 10:50 am

I have poasted my milk donation ad below under NM section, but I thought I'd post under TX, too, for it is about 90 miles from El Paso in case someone in El Paso area is interested. Thank you.

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I have 700+ oz breast milk available for donation. I am at Alamogordo, NM, which is about 90 miles north of El Paso, TX, and 60 miles east of Las Cruces, NM.

My son is 2-mo-old. I'm already a qualified milk donor at one of the milk banks. I do not smoke or drink any alcohol. I stay away from drinks that includes caffein such as coffee, soda, and tea. I also try to stay away from medication (I am not on any medication), unless I have an occasional headache etc. (it has been only once that I took one dose of Tylenol), and if I were to take OTC med, it will be from a list of safe medication to take while pregnant and breastfeeding. I am taking prescription prenatal vitamin, calcium, fish oil (omega 3 fatty acid), and vitamin C.

Most milk is frozen in 1-oz sticks, and 20 of them (20 oz) are in 1-quart size Ziplock freezer bags. There is a ice tray specifically designed for freezing breast milk called "Sensible Line milk tray," and that's what I used to freeze my milk. Rest of my milk are in breast milk bags (Gerber or Lansinoh). All of my milk bags are kept in the deep freezer.

I have been blessed with over-supply of breast milk, and my son is a heathly, chunky, and happy baby. Before my freezer overflows, I'd like to donate my extra milk to someone who want them for their precious baby. If you are interested in my milk stash, please send me a PM.

Thank you.


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