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Milk available in Western Loudoun County

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Re: Milk available in Western Loudoun County

Post by julialroberts on Wed Jul 17, 2013 5:55 am

We can pick up ASAP or arrange a meet up to pick up. We live in Ashburn but used to live in Hamilton so happy to go out to RH to pick up milk for Phoebe. Phoebe is 19 months old and is tube dependent. She has Russell Silver Syndrome. Please let me know if you would be willing to donate to her.

We can also bring bags.

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Re: Milk available in Western Loudoun County

Post by Violetrinity on Sat Apr 13, 2013 4:04 pm

Hi,
I emailed you back! I'm sorry for the delay and thank you!
- Heather :-)

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Milk available in Western Loudoun County

Post by alfusham on Sat Apr 13, 2013 6:17 am

Hello Mothers,

I came from a pediatrician's office yesterday, and she mentioned about donating human milk so I searched online and found this website.

I had a baby last December and while on maternity, stockpiled the freezer with the milk. I have about 100 Lasinhon storage bags in the freezer from January to March 2013. I produce too much milk, and my baby does not drink all. I don't want to go to waste and pour them out. Just need to make space in my freezer.

About myself - I'm healthy 33 year old female, non-smoker, not drinker. I try to eat healthy (a lot of fresh produce) and avoid food that would cause issues in my baby's tummy (no caffeine, beans, citrus, etc). I don't know before donating if I need to test my milk....my baby is drinking it and has no problems. All precautions of pumping milk and freezing it on time have been taken. Just a warning...I occassionally drink organic 1% milk in case your babies are not lactose tolerant. My baby seems tolerate me drinking milk. I tried drinking goat milk but cannot get used to its taste.

I live in Round Hill, 20141 VA...about 20 minutes past Leesburg. I just ask for two things:
- If you want to come with a cooler and get the milk, it would be great. I don't know how to transport the frozen milk.
- Replace the taken Lansihon storage bags.

If you're interested, just let me know (PM me...cannot post my email here on the website).

Thanks,
Alfia

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