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Upper Penninsula Loves to Donate!

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Re: Upper Penninsula Loves to Donate!

Post by MyBoys on Sun Sep 09, 2012 4:39 am

HI,
I am so sorry to hear about you and your babies health troubles! Poor pumpkin! But when I posted this a few months ago I did have more than enough milk and I made a few huge donations. So my stash is depleted and my production has dropped off immensely since then so I am going to have to say no, regrettably. Sorry Sad But if things pick back up I will be sure to get in touch to see if you are still in need.
Thanks for being open minded. Smile
Janyne

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Re: Upper Penninsula Loves to Donate!

Post by Meaganhope21 on Sat Sep 08, 2012 6:56 pm

Do you still have milk to donate? My son Graydon was born at 28 weeks. He spent 7 weeks in the NICU. I was in and out of the hospital myself during that time with a couple of different serious postpartum complications and surgeries. I attempted to pump as much as I could during that time. When he got him home from the NICU I was still very weak and struggling with my own health. I tried to breastfeed as much as I could and tried about every galactigog known to man, even an SNS. But, despite my best efforts, my supply just never came in. Now that he has gotten used to donor milk, he cries in pain if I try to give him formula, even if I just add some to try and make the donor milk stretch. I have enough donors for 2 weeks out of the month and have managed to find a couple of one time donors to make up the difference. The problem I have now is that one of my regulars is moving out of state next week for her husbands job and I just wont have the supply I need for him. My other donors' babies are 12 and 19 months and their supplies will be fading before Graydon is weaned.
I am in NY and am willing to ship you supplies to ship the milk back to me . thank you so much for your generosity in donating to anyone i know how much work it is!

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Upper Penninsula Loves to Donate!

Post by MyBoys on Sun Apr 29, 2012 8:32 am

Hi Mothers In Need!
I am a happy and HEALTHY mother of a 2 mo boy who NEEDS to donate milk! My deep freezer is over flowing and is out of space for new milk to be added. My oldest milk was pumped Feb-25-2012 and needs a good home! I will send it anywhere you need. I take NO medications except prenatal vits and dont drink or smoke.
Thanks for your Help!
From a very BLESSED mother,
Janyne

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