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Blessing is in need of milk.

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SE Virginia

Post by kcall007 on Fri Feb 26, 2010 10:36 pm

I'm guessing I have somewhere between 400-500oz frozen. I can definitely hold it for a couple more weeks with no problems! Just send me a personal e-mail (katcallahan@gmail.com) whenever you are planning a trip down and I'll coordinate a good time to pick it all up with you.

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Richmond....YES!

Post by mamaofmanyblessings on Fri Feb 26, 2010 7:43 pm

We are more than happy to pick up, yes!!! We can combine a trip down if we can coordinate it! Thanks SO much!

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Milk Donation

Post by jennifer.acevedo1 on Fri Feb 26, 2010 5:49 pm

A have several frozen bags of milk I would love to donate. I live in Richmond VA do you pick up?

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Breast Milk Donation

Post by mamaofmanyblessings on Fri Feb 26, 2010 2:56 pm

Yes! We actually were just there over Valentines Day weekend to pick up milk. How much would you say you might have? I see you posted you want it picked up ASAP. We were planning to be down again just for a visit in a few weeks, but I am not sure if that is soon enough for you. Sounds like it would be a perfect match since our little girl is nearly 4 months old! Thanks SO much for thinking of us! Jennifer

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Re: Blessing is in need of milk.

Post by kcall007 on Fri Feb 26, 2010 12:34 pm

I'm in SE Virginia. Is that within your range? I just posted (the one in Hampton Roads with a 4mo baby girl).

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Blessing is in need of milk.

Post by mamaofmanyblessings on Mon Feb 22, 2010 6:06 am

Our little girl born (11-10-09) is nearing the end of her milk stash and we would love to pick up within 5 hours of South Central PA. (DC, VA, DE, NJ, NY) Blessing was born addicted to prescription drugs (taken by her birthmother) and spent the first 9 days in NICU. She is doing very well now and gets stronger each and every day. Early intervention will soon be doing their assessment with her, and we are hoping for great scores.

Blessing has been fed breastmilk exclusively since she was born, and we are hoping for one year. If not, at least 6 months. She is growing, thriving, and really loves to eat.

Your donation of Liquid Love would be very much appreciated. Please be free of disease and eat fairly healthy!

Please email me at 7wonderfulblessings@gmail.com

Thanks so very much!

Have a wonderful day!

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