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Post by cmr811 on Mon Mar 22, 2010 11:43 am

I just saw your post and would love to offer to supply you with some BM. I may be able to help out long term seeing as that I have a good storage in my freezer and still seem to make more than he needs. My little guy is 7 months old. I am in central MA. I do not take any medications and still take my prenatal everyday. Let me know if you are interested? You can email me at my personal email at ChristinaandJamie@hotmail.com. Hope to hear from you. Good luck!!

Christina

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Post by stel on Mon Mar 22, 2010 7:09 am

Hi mamas,
Thank you for your responses to me! I saw the doctor on Friday and he has given me tentative approval to breast feed for another month and maybe a little longer as long as my labs stay stable. I am trying hard to pump a little extra in the meantime. So for now I'm going to wait and see what I can get in the next period of time and then may be back on here when it is a little closer to the time. It means so much to me to have such generosity at a period of time that has been so difficult. Thank you.

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Post by beaniez on Thu Mar 18, 2010 12:35 pm

Hi,

I'm new to this website and I posted a few minutes ago with the original intent to help a mom in my local area but I just read your post. My littlest is almost 3 months old and for some reason refuses to take breastmilk from a bottle - he'll only accept formula. Anyway, I've got about 60 oz saved up in my freezer and am planning on continuing to pump once a day until he's at least 6 months old so I can keep my milk up. Please contact me if you are interested. (I live in Quincy and work in Boston).

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Post by Ava's Mama on Tue Mar 16, 2010 10:54 am

I am from Maine, but I will be in Boston the weekend of the 27th and I have a large stash of frozen milk that you can have. My daughter is now 13 months and the milk I would be donating is from when she was 10/11 months. I know you were interested in a more long term situation and my daughter is older than your son (so not the same nutrients), but I saw your post and my heart goes out to you, so I wanted to offer.

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Post by nadianwad21 on Sun Mar 14, 2010 3:01 pm

Please see my post below -- milk in Metrowest. I am not too far from you (40ish minutes) and would love to give you what I have and I could continue to pump for you if it worked out. PM me if you are interested.

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Post by stel on Sun Mar 14, 2010 12:01 pm

Hi all,
I have a 4 month old who has been EBF. I just found out that I will need to start chemo for leukemia soon. I will find out Friday whether chemo needs to start within a week or two or whether it will be a few more weeks/months. My hematologist says there is a chance it could be a month or two more or it might only a week or two more. I am incredibly sad to wean my son and am praying for just a couple more months. However, one way or the other weaning will be sooner than I want. If I do have a month or two, I'll try to store up some of my own. I am okay with him getting some formula but I would love for him to continue to at least get some breast milk until he is a year old. If it worked out I would love to hopefully work with one or two mamas in a longer term way and even getting one feeding a day of breastmilk would make me feel like he was getting some of the good stuff. I am in the Cambridge, MA area. Thank you.

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