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Supply gone: seeking milk in MD/DC/VA/WV

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Re: Supply gone: seeking milk in MD/DC/VA/WV

Post by amalls on Sun Feb 21, 2010 8:47 pm

I am new to this, but i feel very strongly about BFing our little ones. I live in Richmond (where are you located?) and dont currently have a large freezer stash but i am willing to begin pumping in between nursing sessions and share. I am 24, I have one daugther who will be 7 months on the 30th. please email me with any questions amthrossel@yahoo.com i do not smoke, i drink an occasional light beer or small glass of red wine (which i am willing to not do if its important to you) i do not use drugs, and i am only taking tandem DHA a prescription prenatal that is supposed to be top of the line. i drink a cup of coffee in the morning. good luck Smile

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Re: Supply gone: seeking milk in MD/DC/VA/WV

Post by EB on Tue Feb 16, 2010 9:10 am

Hi there,

I have a nearly 6 month old baby. When she was born I was really engorged so I did some pumping and have been keeping the extra milk in the freezer "just in case". I haven't used it yet and as her 6 month birthday approaches I don't want it to go bad. I have about 60 oz, which I know isn't a lot, but you are welcome to it if you'd like. If so please call me at (703) 677-1936. (After she starts eating solids regularly I may start pumping and be able to donate more but for now there is about 60 oz available.)

Thanks,
Erika

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Supply gone: seeking milk in MD/DC/VA/WV

Post by ehill on Mon Feb 15, 2010 1:45 pm

I exclusively breastfed my son until he was 4 months old. My supply has continued to go down and I am only producing 1 oz per day. Our freezer stash is completely depleted. I am in desparate need of milk in the DC/MD/VA/WV area. Will pay costs and make a donation to any charity you'd like. We will also be eternally grateful. My mother was a donor at one of the first milk-bank establishments in DC when we were children and I am hoping someone can help me!!

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