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Milk for little Katie

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Re: Milk for little Katie

Post by bnesbitt on Sat Jan 31, 2015 8:11 am

Hi there! Thank you so so much for your generosity and willingness to share your milk :-) Fortunately, I am able to pump just enough to keep up with Katie's demand these days and I have some donor milk in the freezer in case we have any gaps. If she increases her demand, though, I will have to rely on donor milk again. So it's hard to say what the future will hold for us; we might never need any more milk or we might. I hate to take more than we need. If we start having to use donor milk on a daily basis again, then I might send you a message. Take care and may the Lord bless your generous heart!

Betsy

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Re: Milk for little Katie

Post by marzola on Fri Jan 30, 2015 9:45 pm

Hi there! Your post is from a month ago, but are you still looking for milk?

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Milk for little Katie

Post by bnesbitt on Fri Dec 19, 2014 11:07 am

Hi there!
We have a precious little girl, Katie, who is 2 months old and we need your help keeping her on breastmilk. She is my fifth baby and I exclusively breastfed all my other little bits. Katie was tongue-tied and not diagnosed until my milk supply had decreased. I am working night and day to increase my supply, but the pump doesn't increase my supply. I lack about 8-12ozs. per day for her to gain weight appropriately. Hopefully, when she gains more weight and is more eager to eat, my supply will respond and I can nurse her exclusively. Until then, we are nursing with the lact-aid or finishing with a bottle and pumping, pumping, pumping. We are in Asheville, NC, but are willing to travel! Thank you so much for your time!
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