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Milk to Donate: Brunswick/Frederick Area

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Re: Milk to Donate: Brunswick/Frederick Area

Post by julialroberts on Wed Sep 18, 2013 6:15 am

We live in Loudoun county and can pick up from you very easily. We are looking for an ongoing donor for our daughter with Russell Silver syndrome. You can see her picture and learn more about her at russellsilverparents.org. I'll PM you too.

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Re: Milk to Donate: Brunswick/Frederick Area

Post by knovgrod on Tue Sep 17, 2013 8:07 am

Hello Shalynn,
My name is Katy, I live in Woodbine, MD and I have a 3 month old with a cleft palate and currently only pump minimal amounts of milk and really do not want to supplement with formula if I can find breastmilk. My son does not do well on formula as we learned in the hospital during his month long stay. I'd love to talk with you about possibly donating to our little guy. Feel free to call me anytime. I will PM you my cell number.
Thank you so much and hope to hear from you soon,
Katy N.

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Milk to Donate: Brunswick/Frederick Area

Post by shalynn on Wed Jul 24, 2013 8:18 am

Hello.  I'm currently nursing a 6 month old and a 2 1/2 year old.  My youngest refuses a bottle, and I have a bit of an oversupply, so I'm currently storing about 20 oz of extra milk every week and have about 100 oz in my freezer that will never get used unless I can donate it.  I'd like to be an ongoing donor, and when I return to work in August (I'm a teacher), I estimate that I could be pumping 20 or more extra ounces per day, and would love to help out another baby.  I'd prefer not to ship because I just don't have the freezer space to store the milk, but am willing to ship my current stock if it's easy enough.

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