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Trying to make it to his 1st birthday!

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Milk to donate in Easton

Post by chpailler on Mon Jun 28, 2010 7:20 am

Hi-
I am in Easton adn have a one time donation of milk....I realize that you have now hopefully made it to your goal of one year but let me know if you are interested....it is just a quick drive up 24. ty
Christine

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Re: Trying to make it to his 1st birthday!

Post by hockey on Thu May 13, 2010 5:46 pm

Hello..I live in Pembroke. My son is 12 weeks and I am a cow when it comes to milk. I would be more then willing to donate to you. I don't smoke do not do drugs, sometimes I indulge in a glass of wine. I do not drink milk myself and if you would like more info please ask. I am 33 and this is my second son.

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Trying to make it to his 1st birthday!

Post by meghanmcbee on Wed May 12, 2010 7:03 am

I'm so sorry to post again, but we're almost out of milk. Jake turns one on the 28th and we're running extremely low. Without another donation, I don't think we'll make it to one year.

A little bit about us: Due to lots of complications, I was left with a low supply. I currently supplement using an SNS. I am SO extremely grateful to all the amazing, selfless mommas I've met on here that have given their time to donate to me. I know pumping is difficult, and I can never express my gratitude to all the donors out there.

Obviously I am more than willing to reimburse for supplies. I live in Middleboro, MA but am willing to travel if I need to. It's so important to me that he makes it to 1 year. Please help us!

Thank you,
Meghan and Jake

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