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Post by skdoula on Tue Apr 06, 2010 8:12 am

Hi! I need to take this post down...I totally forgot!!! I received a huge donation which should get us through. Thanks so so much though! If I get in a pickle I will keep your info handy in case you have extra milk down the road:)

I wanted to tell you that I have a cardboard/styrofoam shipping box leftover from when I was getting milk from a-far. If you find a recipient family who you are wanting to give to, but you need to ship...let me know! I am on mamasays (the one who told you about milkshare just in case you didn't make the connection!!!) and you can find me there.

Thanks again for doing this!!!

Best,
Sarah

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Post by rnrae on Tue Apr 06, 2010 8:02 am

Sarah,

Do you still need milk? I just joined MilkShare, and have some milk to donate. I actually live in Montpelier as well. I have some milk in my chest freezer from November and would love to donate it to you and your baby before it expires. I work nights and my daughter doesn't take a bottle when I am gone. Let me know if you still need milk! I also have some some February and after.

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Post by gelbesonn on Sun Feb 14, 2010 6:40 pm

Hi Sarah
I am from the Burlington area and would be willing to donate some of my milk. I have a 6 mo old that is exclusively breastfed (minus the occasional times I am out of the house alone.) I currently have about 100 oz in the freezer and I would be willing to part with some of it. I am also often able to pump a bunch extra (usually at least 6 oz per day if not more) depending on where I am in my monthly cycle.
How much milk per day do you need to supplement? Perhaps we can work something out.

All the best,
Colleen

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Post by mommy of seven on Sun Jan 17, 2010 8:52 am

Sarah I hope you find some more milk!!! I am out looking for another baby to donate to again. My current mama may not come for any more. Good luck and if you want we can probably ship 2 day and it would be a lot cheaper than when we did overnight. I also saw a post for cool insulated shipping boxes on here. Just let me know if you get desperate.

Please anyone help this wonderful mama. She is great and I was so glad to donate my milk unfortunately mine has to be shipped.

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Post by skdoula on Sat Jan 09, 2010 6:57 pm

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Hi there,
I am a low-milk supply mother here in Montpelier, Vermont. I have a 3 month old daughter who is being supplemented with donor milk and we are beginning to run low. We are trying to get her to at least to 6 months on exclusive breastmilk! We supplement using a lact-aid supplemental nursing unit which is great because it is so so much like exclusive breastfeeding.

A bit about us...
I am a birth doula and a mother to Noah, 4 and Aliyah, 3 months. My husband is the Director of Development for a local non-profit. We love organic gardening, hiking, swimming, reading, cooking, skiing, etc. Allergies and asthma run strong on my side of the family which is only one of the million reasons we are trying to hard to keep Aliyah on breastmilk.

Please let me know if you are potentially interested in donating to our family! We would be willing to travel quite a distance (100 miles perhaps?!), but at this time unfortunately we can not afford shipping. Thanks so much for your time!

Be well,
Sarah

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