“A gift of love from my sweet angel, Kaden.”
I am finishing up my pediatric residency and know that there is nothing else in the entire world to replace breastmilk.
As a former NICU nurse, I knew how breastmilk benefits premature babies.
The whole process of working with Mothers’ Milk Bank of North Texas has been wonderful.
I view my breastmilk donations to Mothers’ Milk Bank of North Texas as one of the most important things I have ever done.
I made a TON and have since I gave birth to my first child over 12 years ago.
I didn't know that people donated milk when I had my first.
As a NICU nurse, I see the amazing benefits breast milk has on our preemies.
I had a tough time with my first child but we were determined and nursed until 17 months.
My son and I never got the whole mouth-to-boob thing down, so I became an exclusive pumper at 2 weeks postpartum.
A friend of mine at work was donating and I was about to have a baby, so I thought, “why not donate?”
My husband and I believe in breastfeeding and the enormous benefits it has.
I decided to donate after my youngest son was born with Laryngomalacia.
My newborn had emergency lung surgery at Children's
I decided to donate my milk that was meant for my Riyan, so that it could still be used to bless the life of little babies who need it.