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Newborn milk in Braintree

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Newborn milk in Braintree

Post by BostonMom on Tue Apr 30, 2013 12:02 pm

Hi, moms and dads. My son was born preterm at the end of January and had a hard time with breastfeeding and jaundice at the outset. So I pumped and bottle fed him for the first month until all of our issues were resolved. I had a serious overproduction problem at first but held tight on to my supply in case we ran into issues when I returned to work.

Long story short: I'm back at work and still pumping an extra 5-10 oz per day. I have a freezer full of newborn milk that I'd ideally like to donate to a new baby or preemie. I'm not sure of the quantity, but PM me if you're interested. Thanks!

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