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My (first) baby was born March 20th 2020
I've got about 250oz of milk pumped between March 30th to April 11th (and have been keeping it in my deep freezer. (Good for 1 year). But I make plenty enough milk and don't need it all I'm donating it to a mother in need.

I've been completely sober (no drugs, alcahol, weed or even caffeine) since the beginning of my pregnancy, and have been eating extremely healthy. I have been eating locally caught freshwater walleye every week to make sure my milk is high in omega 3, and eat a diet of meat/veggies/fruit/rice/dairy and no wheat or junkfood.
COVID19 quarentining for me started in FEBRUARY (weeks before the lockdown). I have only ever left the house to give birth and work on my garden. Ive had no exposure to anyone potentiality affected and my fiance has worn a mask and gloves whenever leaving the house (for groceries only). We were extremely cautious because of the baby on the way and after he was born.
The cons: I'm non celiac gluten sensitive. That means my milk is likely to pass an antibody in it that rejects wheat/rye/barley to the baby that drinks it. Also AFTER I've pumped the milk I've been exposed to seccond hand weed, so even though there's no way its in this milk but a blood test might come back with trace amounts. Also i used to be transgender and have taken testosterone over 5 years ago Ive since had tests pre-conception that have shown that its completely out of my system now.


This milk is FREE to whatever mother in need who just wants to come pick it up. I'd like my freezer back asap! If you want me to get papers, tests or shipping I'll probably charge $100 for my time.



No Adult Wet Nursing, No Pictures, No Videos, No Checks accepted, No Couriers or Agents, No Western Union, No Walmart to Walmart and No Scams. I sign into my PayPal account to check balance before shipping. Donation to a BABY ONLY! If you do not have a needy baby then do not reply.
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