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hey mamas-- i know a mama who wants to donate a lot of bm that she has saved up... wondering if there are any resources out there for finding families who need some in the btown area. thanks!
 

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ok mamas--so i was just chattin with the mama who wants to donate and she is moving easter weekend! so she has many <i>gallons</i> of milk she'd like to give away b/f then. any burlington mamas know of anyone in need? any ideas of who/where it should go??
 

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I pm'd ya!
 

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I'm not in Burlington but am the recipient of breastmilk and desperately searching for more. I have breast hypoplasia and do nurse but only produce about an oz per feeding, not enough<img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/greensad.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="greensad">. I've been working with a local midwife and received a bunch but will be running out probably next month. I'm in southern Maine so any chance if I paid for shipping she'd be willing to ship her milk? Please feel free to PM me.<br><br>
There also is an "official" New England Milk Bank opening soon in Boston, but that also means shipping and I don't think they have opened their doors yet.<br><br>
Sarah
 

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About a year ago, I had to organize breastmilk for a friend of mine who was in a car accident . She was stuck at Fletcher Allen on all kinds of meds for weeks without being able to breastfeed her 4-month old. I wonder if you could try calling Fletcher Allen - maybe start with the maternity unit? or La Leche League in Burlington?
 
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