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200oz+ milk to donate in the Boston area.

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Re: 200oz+ milk to donate in the Boston area.

Post by avalonkat on Wed Feb 20, 2013 1:44 pm

I know its been a while, but do you still have your milk? I am from Northbridge, about an hour away. I would be more than grateful & willing to travel to pick it up. Please let me know; thanks.

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Post by cheryl0517 on Thu Sep 27, 2012 6:48 am

Hi Nanette,

I am looking for someone more local.

Good Luck.


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Re: 200oz+ milk to donate in the Boston area.

Post by nmeyers on Tue Sep 25, 2012 10:27 pm

Hi there,
We live in northern California and have 10 month old adopted twins that have done extremely well on donated breast milk. I am hoping to keep them on it through the winter. Would you be willing to ship? I have a fedex account and can cover shipping supplies, et.
thanks for your consideration
Nannette

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200oz+ milk to donate in the Boston area.

Post by cheryl0517 on Mon Sep 24, 2012 4:08 pm

HI, I am the mom of a 4 month old with tons of milk to donate. I have been very fortunate to have a great supply and would love to share this supply with a baby in need. The milk is from June 21st, and she was a little over a month old at that time. I am very diligent about storing it and my freezer and its very cold (below 0 degrees). I am extremely healthy and eat everything. I do drink decaf coffee during the day, but nothing excessive.

My milk does have a soapy taste to it. I do have excess lipase in my milk. There is nothing wrong with it and my baby does drink it. Here is a link with more information:
Just search for lipase breastmilk on kellymom.com

The lipase prevents the fat from being emulsified with the liquid, so it looks separated. This is actually easier to digest.
I prefer to donate to someone local and for it to be picked up.
I would hate to throw away this milk.
I am more than happy to answer any questions over the phone as well.

Please contact me with questions.

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