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Donor in Woodbridge

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Re: Donor in Woodbridge

Post by Ilysefood on Thu Apr 30, 2015 1:07 pm

I have preemie adopted son and can arrange pick up? I live in. Ny but am from Roanoke and sister lives there. I used to work at Roanoke natural foods. Ilysefood@yahoo.com

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Post by TheBergums on Tue Apr 21, 2015 9:00 am

Hi Smile. Just sent you a PM.

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Donor in Woodbridge

Post by tdup on Thu Apr 16, 2015 2:14 pm

I have been exclusively pumping for my daughter since she was born. She had latching issues and was never able to breastfeed. I have been saving it and storing it in a deep freeze, but now realize that I pumped way more than she will ever be able to use - even had to buy a bigger freezer. It is all stored in 4 oz portions and labeled by month. I am keeping some for my daughter, but there is plenty to share, as well. I began pumping in July 2014. So, according to the guidelines, I need to find a good home for this milk soon.

I do not smoke, drink, and limit my caffeine to 1 cup of coffee a day, well maybe 2 on a hard day. I take a prenatal vitamin daily, but no other medications. If you are interested, please let me know. I hope I can help someone with this. Providing breastmilk for my daughter until she turns 2 is very important to me, but at this rate, she'd be drinking breastmilk until she turns 10! :-)

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