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150+ oz of milk to donate -- South Shore / Cambridge

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Re: 150+ oz of milk to donate -- South Shore / Cambridge

Post by GlassWalls on Sat Jan 12, 2013 12:45 pm

Hey.. yeah, I def have plenty more (~30+ oz a week). In fact, if you pick up in Cambridge, I can probably get it to you fresh, not frozen. Smile

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Re: 150+ oz of milk to donate -- South Shore / Cambridge

Post by redsoxgal on Sat Jan 12, 2013 12:37 pm

Hi there
I live in Cambridge and my daughter is running low on supply. I assume this donation is spoken for, but you mention possibly having more in the future. I'll drop you a PM, but we'd like to be considered. Thanks!
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Re: 150+ oz of milk to donate -- South Shore / Cambridge

Post by nmeyers on Sat Dec 08, 2012 5:03 pm

Hi there

I am sure it is frustrating when the little ones won't take the bottle but thanks so much for being willing to donate. We live in northern California and have adopted twins who I was lucky enough to be able to breast feed with the help of herbs, meds and an SNS for the first 5 1/2 months of their lives. Since then we have relied entirely on donor milk. They are doing really well and I am hoping to keep them on breast milk through the winter to keep them from getting every little cold my 8 year old brings home from school. If you are willing to reconsider shipping it is really easy and safe. I have a fedex account and can send a container, coolant ( a safe dry ice substitute) , replacement bags and can arrange for pick up of the milk at your home or work .

we appreciate your consideration
Nannette and the twins

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150+ oz of milk to donate -- South Shore / Cambridge

Post by GlassWalls on Fri Dec 07, 2012 10:08 pm

It's deja vu all over again. My daughter, like my son, refuses to take a bottle while I'm at work, and my freezer is starting to get full. I have about 150oz currently in my deep freezer, from as early as October (baby's age: 1.5 - 3 months). And I will, most likely, have a lot more where that came from.

I live in Randolph, but work in Cambridge so I could bring it to work if that's easier. (But I'd rather not have to ship it).

Thanks!

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