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Adopted baby in need of donor milk- Please!

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Post by Baune Mom on Sat Jun 02, 2012 6:21 pm

Hi Alisha,
I have a 3 month old and also have a freezer full of extra milk if you need more. I am located SW of the Twin Cities. I do not take drugs (prescription or otherwise) and am still taking a prenatal vitamin/DHA supplement. We have a smoke-free home. I do drink some coffee/pop but it does not seem to be impacting my daughter at all. Please let me know if you are interested.
Thanks!
Aleela

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Post by lysscarlson on Tue Apr 24, 2012 8:10 am

Sure! I use Lansinoh bags and still pump a few times a day plus nursing my son. I'm sure I'll have more in the future just not sure how much. But you're welcome to what I have. We're home almost any night. If you'd like my email is lysscarlson @ gmail .com.

I don't think I actually got any paperwork with my blood tests but I know they said it was all good and normal. I can try calling the office if you like though.

Melissa

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Post by alisha33 on Tue Apr 24, 2012 4:51 am

Hi Melissa,
Yes, I'd love to have your milk! Thank you!!! No worries about the pop... I had some pop when nursing my first daughter.
Is it okay if I come by to pick it up maybe sometime in the next few weeks?
Also, I'd love to replenish some of your bags if you're continuing to pump. What kind do you use?
Also, you don't happen to have a copay of any of your blood work from your pregnancy do you? Just thought I'd ask.
Thanks again Melissa!
Alisha

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Post by lysscarlson on Mon Apr 23, 2012 9:50 pm

Hi Alisha,

I don't have a ton to give, maybe 100 ounces right now. But my milk shelf in our freezer is getting too full to put more in and I'd like to see it go to good use. We live in Bloomington and my son is 5 1/2 months old and in the 97% for weight so he's being well fed. I do have a can a pop a day, and don't smoke, drink or do any drugs.

Melissa

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Post by alisha33 on Mon Apr 23, 2012 2:17 pm

HI there,
I'm hoping to find some milk for my little boy who is just over 2 months old and whom we've adopted. I'd LOVE for him to be getting some breast milk, especially since we've been having some major constipation issues with just formula, as well as for all the many other health benefits with breast milk. Please let me know if you have milk to donate. I live in St. Paul but would be willing to travel. Thanks,
Alisha

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