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Re: Newly Adopted Baby in Need of Milk

Post by kozaloc on Fri Oct 24, 2014 5:41 am

Hello, I live in Middletown Delaware and can help. I am currently exclusively breastfeeding my 3 month old and pumping the excess. I am an oversupplier and have been storing my milk in my deep freezer. I do not drink caffine, sodas, smoke or use drugs. I take prenatals daily and eat clean. My diet is full of vegetables, fruits, complex carbs, and protein. I keep my hands and equipment clean when pumping and use only breastmilk storage bags. I plan to eventually use my stash to feed my daughter with in a few months but I have enough for two or more babies at this moment. My freezer is filling up fast. My daughter is currently 3 months and weighs 15 pounds. If you would like more information, contact me.
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Re: Newly Adopted Baby in Need of Milk

Post by BrittanyLynn on Tue May 13, 2014 12:01 pm

Hi Jessica,

Thank you so much for offering, I just sent you a PM with my email address.

Brittany

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Re: Newly Adopted Baby in Need of Milk

Post by jgnizamoff on Sun Mar 30, 2014 11:35 am

Hi!
I just signed up today! I have a large stash of milk in my freezer. My child has shown a milk allergy so all of my already pumped milk cannot be given to her. My entire stash could go to you! I'd be willing to get bloodwork needed so you feel comfortable. Just let me know because I work full time so I'll need to figure out when to get it done.

I have been off caffeine, alcohol, etc for this entire time and eat very healthy meals. Let me know if you want my milk!

Best,
~jessica

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Newly Adopted Baby in Need of Milk

Post by BrittanyLynn on Mon Mar 24, 2014 5:51 pm

Hi,

We've recently adopted a baby girl. While we were in the process for a year, her arrival was very sudden and I haven't begun producing any milk. (I'm following the Goldfarb method protocol for nursing adopted children, but there is no guarantee that it will work, or if it does... how much I'll be able to produce.)

She was born in February and is having a lot of digestive issues. We've tried multiple different formulas and have yet to land on something that works well for her. I nursed my other 2 children till they were 14 months, and it would mean so much to me to be able to offer her the benefits of BM too!

She is an itty bitty little thing and I think it would be wonderful for her all around. Her little system has already been through enough, so please understand my need to be cautious and only reply if you have already had blood work done, or would be willing to do so.

Thanks so much, truly grateful to all who are donors!
Brittany

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