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Milk to donate. Live in Las Colinas, a Tx

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Re: Milk to donate. Live in Las Colinas, a Tx

Post by Shayna5115 on Thu Jul 03, 2014 10:45 am

Hi! My daughter is 6 weeks old today. I have tried any and everything including like 12 lactation consults and still only produce 1 oz per feeding. Fortunately she is willing to take a bottle and still latch on at each feeding so i plan on nursing her as long as i can. I had some mommy friends who donated some from their frozen stash and was able to give her one oz of donor milk and 1 oz of formula per feeding. They are unable to provide enough for me to do tat so i am seeking other options. Are you still willing to donate? how much milk are you able to donate?


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Milk to donate. Live in Las Colinas, a Tx

Post by Monig on Tue May 20, 2014 6:58 pm

Hi ladies,y baby is 5 months old and I produce way more than she eats so I have a deep freezer full. Let me know if anyone needs it for their baby. Was planning to donate to Milk Bank of a North Texas but ran across this site and would rather give it to a baby in need than have the milk bank resell it. I am a healthy non smoker or drinker and do not take any medication. Let me know.


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