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Will deliver 200 oz to Omaha, Kansas City or St. Louis

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Re: Will deliver 200 oz to Omaha, Kansas City or St. Louis

Post by Jerseymel on Fri May 07, 2010 9:27 am

Milk has been claimed.

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Will deliver 200 oz to Omaha, Kansas City or St. Louis

Post by Jerseymel on Thu May 06, 2010 8:18 am

My inlaws are driving home from our Sioux City area home via rt. 29 south and rt. 70 east next Monday (5/10/10). They will pass by Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis and are willing to drop my excess milk off in person if you are willing to meet them somewhere convenient along their route.

My son was born prematurely and is still in the NICU; I have way more milk than I need and must get rid of some of it now--I've already started dumping some of it which I hate to do, but my deep freeze is full and my regular freezer is almost there.

What you should know about me:
I have a pet free and smoke free home
The only drugs I took after my C section was motrin; I've taken no other medications except for prenatal vitamins and DHA (fish oil)
I don't drink caffeine except for the occasional regular coke, maybe twice a month
I am in very good health and all my bloodwork is normal
I can not donate to a milk bank because my son had an in utero blood transfusion. Obviously all blood is screened by the hospital, but I guess they are being overly cautious. Otherwise, I met all the criteria for donation.

I am anxious to rid my freezer of this excess milk; I figure I can give it away and then deal with any questions or proof you may want me to show to prove I don't pose any health risks.

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