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Looking for Long Term Donor

Post by MotherLove19 on Mon Dec 08, 2014 8:22 pm

Hello, beautiful Mamas Smile I just recently found out that I am pregnant with my second baby who is due in August! As a result of insufficient glandular tissue, I was unable to breastfeed my first born, but thankfully, I connected with a wonderful woman on here who pumped extra every single time she fed her baby just so she could donate to me, a complete stranger who was desperate to feed her baby the liquid gold he deserved but couldn't get from his own mother. This was back in CT, but we have since moved to the Myrtle Beach area (my husband is a marine reservist whose base is in Charleston). Believe me, I know how hard it is to find milk donors, so I wanted to post this in advance in hopes of setting something up with someone and eliminate any ongoing stress and heartbreak. We always provide and refill storage bags as well as show our appreciation in other little ways. Hoping to connect with a kind and generous mama... thank you in advance!!


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