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New mom with extra supply willing to donate

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Re: New mom with extra supply willing to donate

Post by brooklyntwins on Wed Jul 18, 2012 6:33 am

Do you still have milk available?


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Interested in donated milk for my baby - live in Bklyn!

Post by NEng on Thu Jul 05, 2012 9:47 am

Hi Kirsten,

If your milk is still available, or if you have future milk to donate, I would love to have it for my three month old baby! I have a very low milk supply and despite my efforts could not exclusively BF him (nor my daughter - sigh). I would gladly replenish/reimburse for the storage bags. I live in Brooklyn and could arrange to pick up whenever is convenient for you.




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New mom with extra supply willing to donate

Post by kirstenh on Wed Jul 04, 2012 12:17 pm

I'm a Brooklyn mom with an overabundance of milk. I have a huge freezer stock already and am willing to donate newly pumped extra milk to someone who needs it. Ideally, a local & recurring recipient.

I am 28 and healthy: no drugs, no history of disease or illness, and a healthy (sometimes organic but not exclusively) diet. I have an occasional glass of wine, always less than 2 oz and always right after pumping so that it has several hours to wear off before the next pumping.

I plan to keep what my baby eats plus a little extra, but that still means I can donate an average of 15 oz a day...subject to change, of course, if/when my baby's intake changes.

I have my pregnancy medical records to show, but extra testing would have to be covered by the recipient if desired. I use 5-oz Medela storage bags; please provide those too. They're expensive enough without giving them away Smile If you're local, we can arrange frequent pickup of refrigerated bags or occasional pickup of accumulated frozen bags.

I hope my extra milk can be of benefit to someone and not go to waste!


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