When I think of Mother’s Day, what usually comes to mind is breakfast in bed, spa afternoon, and fresh flowers. This year, we were a bit more productive and had just as much fun.
The morning of May 10th, we participated in the Mother’s Day Miracle Milk Stroll in Friendswood, TX, to promote awareness of the number two killer of premature babies, raise funds to cover the treatment, and to encourage women to donate their excess breast milk. After all, it is essential to the prevention and treatment of babies suffering from the excruciating bowel disease called Nectrotizing Enterocolitis. Learn the Fast Facts of Miracle Milk here.
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“This is my lil miracle man. He was born 15 weeks early weighing 1 lb 6 oz. This picture is when he was 2 months old. My son received donor breast milk until my supply could come in. I know donor milk helped to save my baby. He did fight NEC and he won. I just want to say thank you to everyone that donates milk or helps spread the word. My lil miracle thanks you. Much love to you all.”