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Large freezer full of frozen breast milk to donate

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Large freezer full of frozen breast milk to donate

Post by Jmoverstreet on Thu Mar 16, 2017 10:44 pm

I had premature twins who came 2 months early. They were in the NICU for 5 weeks. I froze my extra breast milk in hopes to donate it as our twins received donor milk for a few days until I was producing enough for them and I wanted to be able to help out another family as ours was helped. Once my milk came in, I overproduced and therefore I have a large amount of breast milk to donate. I don't smoke, drink alcohol, do any kinds of drugs, etc. I am not on any kind of prescriptions and I take a daily pre-natal (new chapter organic.) I eat extremely healthy. We live on a farm and raise our own meat without any kinds of hormones, etc. We grow our own garden without pesticides, etc. I consume a small amount of caffeine in my daily tea, but that's it! I need to donate the milk quickly as we just butchered and we need the freezer space. I would love to help you out if you are in need as we so appreciated the help for our babies who are now thriving and doing so well. Blessings.

Jmoverstreet

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