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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8475 Milk 1 02/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Elisabeth Anderson-Sierra A mother of two young children has donated more than 5,000 pints / 2365 litres of her own breast milk to help premature babies and gay dads feed their newborns.Elisabeth Anderson-Sierra, 29, spends10 hours a day pumping around 1.75 gallons of milk - ten times the average woman.Elizabeth has been diagnosed with hyperlactation syndrome, which means she produces more milk than most women.She still manages feeding time for her own eight-month-old daughter Sophia, before generously giving the rest to those more needy than herself.Elizabeth says she has fed thousands of babies.Her milk is packaged, labelled and stored in four huge freezers in the house where she lives with the girls and her husband, public safety officer David Sierra, 52.The former U.S. Coast Guard, of Beaverton, Oregon, USA, says producing the "liquid gold" is her "labour of love".Elizabeth, also mum to two-year-old Isabella, said: "I realised I was an overproducer when I was pregnant with my first child, but when I had my second baby my supply ramped up.???She pumps five times a day - as soon as she wakes up, after breakfast, after lunch, after dinner and again at midnight.She produces up to 80 ounces / 2.3 litres of milk during the first pump alone.She typically spends around five hours a day just pumping. Another three to five hours is spent storing, labelling and sterilizing.She added:??? "Pumping is not fun - it is uncomfortable and it hurts - but it is my labour of love."I've not had a day off in two-and-a-half years. It's more than a full-time job.???She said she gets instant gratification when she donates locally because I see the babies and I see them thriving.Her milk will have helped thousands of children. She added:??? "I don't discriminate - I have donated to gay couples and to mothers who are on medication or had their breast removed due to breast cancer."It's an ama
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8475 Milk 1 02/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Elisabeth Anderson-Sierra A mother of two young children has donated more than 5,000 pints / 2365 litres of her own breast milk to help premature babies and gay dads feed their newborns.Elisabeth Anderson-Sierra, 29, spends10 hours a day pumping around 1.75 gallons of milk - ten times the average woman.Elizabeth has been diagnosed with hyperlactation syndrome, which means she produces more milk than most women.She still manages feeding time for her own eight-month-old daughter Sophia, before generously giving the rest to those more needy than herself.Elizabeth says she has fed thousands of babies.Her milk is packaged, labelled and stored in four huge freezers in the house where she lives with the girls and her husband, public safety officer David Sierra, 52.The former U.S. Coast Guard, of Beaverton, Oregon, USA, says producing the "liquid gold" is her "labour of love".Elizabeth, also mum to two-year-old Isabella, said: "I realised I was an overproducer when I was pregnant with my first child, but when I had my second baby my supply ramped up.???She pumps five times a day - as soon as she wakes up, after breakfast, after lunch, after dinner and again at midnight.She produces up to 80 ounces / 2.3 litres of milk during the first pump alone.She typically spends around five hours a day just pumping. Another three to five hours is spent storing, labelling and sterilizing.She added:??? "Pumping is not fun - it is uncomfortable and it hurts - but it is my labour of love."I've not had a day off in two-and-a-half years. It's more than a full-time job.???She said she gets instant gratification when she donates locally because I see the babies and I see them thriving.Her milk will have helped thousands of children. She added:??? "I don't discriminate - I have donated to gay couples and to mothers who are on medication or had their breast removed due to breast cancer."It's an ama
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8475 Milk 1 02/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Elisabeth Anderson-Sierra A mother of two young children has donated more than 5,000 pints / 2365 litres of her own breast milk to help premature babies and gay dads feed their newborns.Elisabeth Anderson-Sierra, 29, spends10 hours a day pumping around 1.75 gallons of milk - ten times the average woman.Elizabeth has been diagnosed with hyperlactation syndrome, which means she produces more milk than most women.She still manages feeding time for her own eight-month-old daughter Sophia, before generously giving the rest to those more needy than herself.Elizabeth says she has fed thousands of babies.Her milk is packaged, labelled and stored in four huge freezers in the house where she lives with the girls and her husband, public safety officer David Sierra, 52.The former U.S. Coast Guard, of Beaverton, Oregon, USA, says producing the "liquid gold" is her "labour of love".Elizabeth, also mum to two-year-old Isabella, said: "I realised I was an overproducer when I was pregnant with my first child, but when I had my second baby my supply ramped up.???She pumps five times a day - as soon as she wakes up, after breakfast, after lunch, after dinner and again at midnight.She produces up to 80 ounces / 2.3 litres of milk during the first pump alone.She typically spends around five hours a day just pumping. Another three to five hours is spent storing, labelling and sterilizing.She added:??? "Pumping is not fun - it is uncomfortable and it hurts - but it is my labour of love."I've not had a day off in two-and-a-half years. It's more than a full-time job.???She said she gets instant gratification when she donates locally because I see the babies and I see them thriving.Her milk will have helped thousands of children. She added:??? "I don't discriminate - I have donated to gay couples and to mothers who are on medication or had their breast removed due to breast cancer."It's an ama
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8475 Milk 1 02/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Elisabeth Anderson-Sierra A mother of two young children has donated more than 5,000 pints / 2365 litres of her own breast milk to help premature babies and gay dads feed their newborns.Elisabeth Anderson-Sierra, 29, spends10 hours a day pumping around 1.75 gallons of milk - ten times the average woman.Elizabeth has been diagnosed with hyperlactation syndrome, which means she produces more milk than most women.She still manages feeding time for her own eight-month-old daughter Sophia, before generously giving the rest to those more needy than herself.Elizabeth says she has fed thousands of babies.Her milk is packaged, labelled and stored in four huge freezers in the house where she lives with the girls and her husband, public safety officer David Sierra, 52.The former U.S. Coast Guard, of Beaverton, Oregon, USA, says producing the "liquid gold" is her "labour of love".Elizabeth, also mum to two-year-old Isabella, said: "I realised I was an overproducer when I was pregnant with my first child, but when I had my second baby my supply ramped up.???She pumps five times a day - as soon as she wakes up, after breakfast, after lunch, after dinner and again at midnight.She produces up to 80 ounces / 2.3 litres of milk during the first pump alone.She typically spends around five hours a day just pumping. Another three to five hours is spent storing, labelling and sterilizing.She added:??? "Pumping is not fun - it is uncomfortable and it hurts - but it is my labour of love."I've not had a day off in two-and-a-half years. It's more than a full-time job.???She said she gets instant gratification when she donates locally because I see the babies and I see them thriving.Her milk will have helped thousands of children. She added:??? "I don't discriminate - I have donated to gay couples and to mothers who are on medication or had their breast removed due to breast cancer."It's an ama
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8475 Milk 1 02/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Elisabeth Anderson-Sierra A mother of two young children has donated more than 5,000 pints / 2365 litres of her own breast milk to help premature babies and gay dads feed their newborns.Elisabeth Anderson-Sierra, 29, spends10 hours a day pumping around 1.75 gallons of milk - ten times the average woman.Elizabeth has been diagnosed with hyperlactation syndrome, which means she produces more milk than most women.She still manages feeding time for her own eight-month-old daughter Sophia, before generously giving the rest to those more needy than herself.Elizabeth says she has fed thousands of babies.Her milk is packaged, labelled and stored in four huge freezers in the house where she lives with the girls and her husband, public safety officer David Sierra, 52.The former U.S. Coast Guard, of Beaverton, Oregon, USA, says producing the "liquid gold" is her "labour of love".Elizabeth, also mum to two-year-old Isabella, said: "I realised I was an overproducer when I was pregnant with my first child, but when I had my second baby my supply ramped up.???She pumps five times a day - as soon as she wakes up, after breakfast, after lunch, after dinner and again at midnight.She produces up to 80 ounces / 2.3 litres of milk during the first pump alone.She typically spends around five hours a day just pumping. Another three to five hours is spent storing, labelling and sterilizing.She added:??? "Pumping is not fun - it is uncomfortable and it hurts - but it is my labour of love."I've not had a day off in two-and-a-half years. It's more than a full-time job.???She said she gets instant gratification when she donates locally because I see the babies and I see them thriving.Her milk will have helped thousands of children. She added:??? "I don't discriminate - I have donated to gay couples and to mothers who are on medication or had their breast removed due to breast cancer."It's an ama
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8475 Milk 1 02/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Elisabeth Anderson-Sierra A mother of two young children has donated more than 5,000 pints / 2365 litres of her own breast milk to help premature babies and gay dads feed their newborns.Elisabeth Anderson-Sierra, 29, spends10 hours a day pumping around 1.75 gallons of milk - ten times the average woman.Elizabeth has been diagnosed with hyperlactation syndrome, which means she produces more milk than most women.She still manages feeding time for her own eight-month-old daughter Sophia, before generously giving the rest to those more needy than herself.Elizabeth says she has fed thousands of babies.Her milk is packaged, labelled and stored in four huge freezers in the house where she lives with the girls and her husband, public safety officer David Sierra, 52.The former U.S. Coast Guard, of Beaverton, Oregon, USA, says producing the "liquid gold" is her "labour of love".Elizabeth, also mum to two-year-old Isabella, said: "I realised I was an overproducer when I was pregnant with my first child, but when I had my second baby my supply ramped up.???She pumps five times a day - as soon as she wakes up, after breakfast, after lunch, after dinner and again at midnight.She produces up to 80 ounces / 2.3 litres of milk during the first pump alone.She typically spends around five hours a day just pumping. Another three to five hours is spent storing, labelling and sterilizing.She added:??? "Pumping is not fun - it is uncomfortable and it hurts - but it is my labour of love."I've not had a day off in two-and-a-half years. It's more than a full-time job.???She said she gets instant gratification when she donates locally because I see the babies and I see them thriving.Her milk will have helped thousands of children. She added:??? "I don't discriminate - I have donated to gay couples and to mothers who are on medication or had their breast removed due to breast cancer."It's an ama
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8475 Milk 1 02/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Elisabeth Anderson-Sierra A mother of two young children has donated more than 5,000 pints / 2365 litres of her own breast milk to help premature babies and gay dads feed their newborns.Elisabeth Anderson-Sierra, 29, spends10 hours a day pumping around 1.75 gallons of milk - ten times the average woman.Elizabeth has been diagnosed with hyperlactation syndrome, which means she produces more milk than most women.She still manages feeding time for her own eight-month-old daughter Sophia, before generously giving the rest to those more needy than herself.Elizabeth says she has fed thousands of babies.Her milk is packaged, labelled and stored in four huge freezers in the house where she lives with the girls and her husband, public safety officer David Sierra, 52.The former U.S. Coast Guard, of Beaverton, Oregon, USA, says producing the "liquid gold" is her "labour of love".Elizabeth, also mum to two-year-old Isabella, said: "I realised I was an overproducer when I was pregnant with my first child, but when I had my second baby my supply ramped up.???She pumps five times a day - as soon as she wakes up, after breakfast, after lunch, after dinner and again at midnight.She produces up to 80 ounces / 2.3 litres of milk during the first pump alone.She typically spends around five hours a day just pumping. Another three to five hours is spent storing, labelling and sterilizing.She added:??? "Pumping is not fun - it is uncomfortable and it hurts - but it is my labour of love."I've not had a day off in two-and-a-half years. It's more than a full-time job.???She said she gets instant gratification when she donates locally because I see the babies and I see them thriving.Her milk will have helped thousands of children. She added:??? "I don't discriminate - I have donated to gay couples and to mothers who are on medication or had their breast removed due to breast cancer."It's an ama
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8475 Milk 1 02/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Elisabeth Anderson-Sierra A mother of two young children has donated more than 5,000 pints / 2365 litres of her own breast milk to help premature babies and gay dads feed their newborns.Elisabeth Anderson-Sierra, 29, spends10 hours a day pumping around 1.75 gallons of milk - ten times the average woman.Elizabeth has been diagnosed with hyperlactation syndrome, which means she produces more milk than most women.She still manages feeding time for her own eight-month-old daughter Sophia, before generously giving the rest to those more needy than herself.Elizabeth says she has fed thousands of babies.Her milk is packaged, labelled and stored in four huge freezers in the house where she lives with the girls and her husband, public safety officer David Sierra, 52.The former U.S. Coast Guard, of Beaverton, Oregon, USA, says producing the "liquid gold" is her "labour of love".Elizabeth, also mum to two-year-old Isabella, said: "I realised I was an overproducer when I was pregnant with my first child, but when I had my second baby my supply ramped up.???She pumps five times a day - as soon as she wakes up, after breakfast, after lunch, after dinner and again at midnight.She produces up to 80 ounces / 2.3 litres of milk during the first pump alone.She typically spends around five hours a day just pumping. Another three to five hours is spent storing, labelling and sterilizing.She added:??? "Pumping is not fun - it is uncomfortable and it hurts - but it is my labour of love."I've not had a day off in two-and-a-half years. It's more than a full-time job.???She said she gets instant gratification when she donates locally because I see the babies and I see them thriving.Her milk will have helped thousands of children. She added:??? "I don't discriminate - I have donated to gay couples and to mothers who are on medication or had their breast removed due to breast cancer."It's an ama
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8475 Milk 1 02/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Elisabeth Anderson-Sierra A mother of two young children has donated more than 5,000 pints / 2365 litres of her own breast milk to help premature babies and gay dads feed their newborns.Elisabeth Anderson-Sierra, 29, spends10 hours a day pumping around 1.75 gallons of milk - ten times the average woman.Elizabeth has been diagnosed with hyperlactation syndrome, which means she produces more milk than most women.She still manages feeding time for her own eight-month-old daughter Sophia, before generously giving the rest to those more needy than herself.Elizabeth says she has fed thousands of babies.Her milk is packaged, labelled and stored in four huge freezers in the house where she lives with the girls and her husband, public safety officer David Sierra, 52.The former U.S. Coast Guard, of Beaverton, Oregon, USA, says producing the "liquid gold" is her "labour of love".Elizabeth, also mum to two-year-old Isabella, said: "I realised I was an overproducer when I was pregnant with my first child, but when I had my second baby my supply ramped up.???She pumps five times a day - as soon as she wakes up, after breakfast, after lunch, after dinner and again at midnight.She produces up to 80 ounces / 2.3 litres of milk during the first pump alone.She typically spends around five hours a day just pumping. Another three to five hours is spent storing, labelling and sterilizing.She added:??? "Pumping is not fun - it is uncomfortable and it hurts - but it is my labour of love."I've not had a day off in two-and-a-half years. It's more than a full-time job.???She said she gets instant gratification when she donates locally because I see the babies and I see them thriving.Her milk will have helped thousands of children. She added:??? "I don't discriminate - I have donated to gay couples and to mothers who are on medication or had their breast removed due to breast cancer."It's an ama
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8475 Milk 1 02/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Elisabeth Anderson-Sierra A mother of two young children has donated more than 5,000 pints / 2365 litres of her own breast milk to help premature babies and gay dads feed their newborns.Elisabeth Anderson-Sierra, 29, spends10 hours a day pumping around 1.75 gallons of milk - ten times the average woman.Elizabeth has been diagnosed with hyperlactation syndrome, which means she produces more milk than most women.She still manages feeding time for her own eight-month-old daughter Sophia, before generously giving the rest to those more needy than herself.Elizabeth says she has fed thousands of babies.Her milk is packaged, labelled and stored in four huge freezers in the house where she lives with the girls and her husband, public safety officer David Sierra, 52.The former U.S. Coast Guard, of Beaverton, Oregon, USA, says producing the "liquid gold" is her "labour of love".Elizabeth, also mum to two-year-old Isabella, said: "I realised I was an overproducer when I was pregnant with my first child, but when I had my second baby my supply ramped up.???She pumps five times a day - as soon as she wakes up, after breakfast, after lunch, after dinner and again at midnight.She produces up to 80 ounces / 2.3 litres of milk during the first pump alone.She typically spends around five hours a day just pumping. Another three to five hours is spent storing, labelling and sterilizing.She added:??? "Pumping is not fun - it is uncomfortable and it hurts - but it is my labour of love."I've not had a day off in two-and-a-half years. It's more than a full-time job.???She said she gets instant gratification when she donates locally because I see the babies and I see them thriving.Her milk will have helped thousands of children. She added:??? "I don't discriminate - I have donated to gay couples and to mothers who are on medication or had their breast removed due to breast cancer."It's an ama
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8475 Milk 1 02/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Elisabeth Anderson-Sierra A mother of two young children has donated more than 5,000 pints / 2365 litres of her own breast milk to help premature babies and gay dads feed their newborns.Elisabeth Anderson-Sierra, 29, spends10 hours a day pumping around 1.75 gallons of milk - ten times the average woman.Elizabeth has been diagnosed with hyperlactation syndrome, which means she produces more milk than most women.She still manages feeding time for her own eight-month-old daughter Sophia, before generously giving the rest to those more needy than herself.Elizabeth says she has fed thousands of babies.Her milk is packaged, labelled and stored in four huge freezers in the house where she lives with the girls and her husband, public safety officer David Sierra, 52.The former U.S. Coast Guard, of Beaverton, Oregon, USA, says producing the "liquid gold" is her "labour of love".Elizabeth, also mum to two-year-old Isabella, said: "I realised I was an overproducer when I was pregnant with my first child, but when I had my second baby my supply ramped up.???She pumps five times a day - as soon as she wakes up, after breakfast, after lunch, after dinner and again at midnight.She produces up to 80 ounces / 2.3 litres of milk during the first pump alone.She typically spends around five hours a day just pumping. Another three to five hours is spent storing, labelling and sterilizing.She added:??? "Pumping is not fun - it is uncomfortable and it hurts - but it is my labour of love."I've not had a day off in two-and-a-half years. It's more than a full-time job.???She said she gets instant gratification when she donates locally because I see the babies and I see them thriving.Her milk will have helped thousands of children. She added:??? "I don't discriminate - I have donated to gay couples and to mothers who are on medication or had their breast removed due to breast cancer."It's an ama
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8475 Milk 1 02/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Elisabeth Anderson-Sierra A mother of two young children has donated more than 5,000 pints / 2365 litres of her own breast milk to help premature babies and gay dads feed their newborns.Elisabeth Anderson-Sierra, 29, spends10 hours a day pumping around 1.75 gallons of milk - ten times the average woman.Elizabeth has been diagnosed with hyperlactation syndrome, which means she produces more milk than most women.She still manages feeding time for her own eight-month-old daughter Sophia, before generously giving the rest to those more needy than herself.Elizabeth says she has fed thousands of babies.Her milk is packaged, labelled and stored in four huge freezers in the house where she lives with the girls and her husband, public safety officer David Sierra, 52.The former U.S. Coast Guard, of Beaverton, Oregon, USA, says producing the "liquid gold" is her "labour of love".Elizabeth, also mum to two-year-old Isabella, said: "I realised I was an overproducer when I was pregnant with my first child, but when I had my second baby my supply ramped up.???She pumps five times a day - as soon as she wakes up, after breakfast, after lunch, after dinner and again at midnight.She produces up to 80 ounces / 2.3 litres of milk during the first pump alone.She typically spends around five hours a day just pumping. Another three to five hours is spent storing, labelling and sterilizing.She added:??? "Pumping is not fun - it is uncomfortable and it hurts - but it is my labour of love."I've not had a day off in two-and-a-half years. It's more than a full-time job.???She said she gets instant gratification when she donates locally because I see the babies and I see them thriving.Her milk will have helped thousands of children. She added:??? "I don't discriminate - I have donated to gay couples and to mothers who are on medication or had their breast removed due to breast cancer."It's an ama
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8475 Milk 1 02/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Elisabeth Anderson-Sierra A mother of two young children has donated more than 5,000 pints / 2365 litres of her own breast milk to help premature babies and gay dads feed their newborns.Elisabeth Anderson-Sierra, 29, spends10 hours a day pumping around 1.75 gallons of milk - ten times the average woman.Elizabeth has been diagnosed with hyperlactation syndrome, which means she produces more milk than most women.She still manages feeding time for her own eight-month-old daughter Sophia, before generously giving the rest to those more needy than herself.Elizabeth says she has fed thousands of babies.Her milk is packaged, labelled and stored in four huge freezers in the house where she lives with the girls and her husband, public safety officer David Sierra, 52.The former U.S. Coast Guard, of Beaverton, Oregon, USA, says producing the "liquid gold" is her "labour of love".Elizabeth, also mum to two-year-old Isabella, said: "I realised I was an overproducer when I was pregnant with my first child, but when I had my second baby my supply ramped up.???She pumps five times a day - as soon as she wakes up, after breakfast, after lunch, after dinner and again at midnight.She produces up to 80 ounces / 2.3 litres of milk during the first pump alone.She typically spends around five hours a day just pumping. Another three to five hours is spent storing, labelling and sterilizing.She added:??? "Pumping is not fun - it is uncomfortable and it hurts - but it is my labour of love."I've not had a day off in two-and-a-half years. It's more than a full-time job.???She said she gets instant gratification when she donates locally because I see the babies and I see them thriving.Her milk will have helped thousands of children. She added:??? "I don't discriminate - I have donated to gay couples and to mothers who are on medication or had their breast removed due to breast cancer."It's an ama
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8475 Milk 1 02/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Elisabeth Anderson-Sierra A mother of two young children has donated more than 5,000 pints / 2365 litres of her own breast milk to help premature babies and gay dads feed their newborns.Elisabeth Anderson-Sierra, 29, spends10 hours a day pumping around 1.75 gallons of milk - ten times the average woman.Elizabeth has been diagnosed with hyperlactation syndrome, which means she produces more milk than most women.She still manages feeding time for her own eight-month-old daughter Sophia, before generously giving the rest to those more needy than herself.Elizabeth says she has fed thousands of babies.Her milk is packaged, labelled and stored in four huge freezers in the house where she lives with the girls and her husband, public safety officer David Sierra, 52.The former U.S. Coast Guard, of Beaverton, Oregon, USA, says producing the "liquid gold" is her "labour of love".Elizabeth, also mum to two-year-old Isabella, said: "I realised I was an overproducer when I was pregnant with my first child, but when I had my second baby my supply ramped up.???She pumps five times a day - as soon as she wakes up, after breakfast, after lunch, after dinner and again at midnight.She produces up to 80 ounces / 2.3 litres of milk during the first pump alone.She typically spends around five hours a day just pumping. Another three to five hours is spent storing, labelling and sterilizing.She added:??? "Pumping is not fun - it is uncomfortable and it hurts - but it is my labour of love."I've not had a day off in two-and-a-half years. It's more than a full-time job.???She said she gets instant gratification when she donates locally because I see the babies and I see them thriving.Her milk will have helped thousands of children. She added:??? "I don't discriminate - I have donated to gay couples and to mothers who are on medication or had their breast removed due to breast cancer."It's an ama
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8475 Milk 1 02/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Elisabeth Anderson-Sierra A mother of two young children has donated more than 5,000 pints / 2365 litres of her own breast milk to help premature babies and gay dads feed their newborns.Elisabeth Anderson-Sierra, 29, spends10 hours a day pumping around 1.75 gallons of milk - ten times the average woman.Elizabeth has been diagnosed with hyperlactation syndrome, which means she produces more milk than most women.She still manages feeding time for her own eight-month-old daughter Sophia, before generously giving the rest to those more needy than herself.Elizabeth says she has fed thousands of babies.Her milk is packaged, labelled and stored in four huge freezers in the house where she lives with the girls and her husband, public safety officer David Sierra, 52.The former U.S. Coast Guard, of Beaverton, Oregon, USA, says producing the "liquid gold" is her "labour of love".Elizabeth, also mum to two-year-old Isabella, said: "I realised I was an overproducer when I was pregnant with my first child, but when I had my second baby my supply ramped up.???She pumps five times a day - as soon as she wakes up, after breakfast, after lunch, after dinner and again at midnight.She produces up to 80 ounces / 2.3 litres of milk during the first pump alone.She typically spends around five hours a day just pumping. Another three to five hours is spent storing, labelling and sterilizing.She added:??? "Pumping is not fun - it is uncomfortable and it hurts - but it is my labour of love."I've not had a day off in two-and-a-half years. It's more than a full-time job.???She said she gets instant gratification when she donates locally because I see the babies and I see them thriving.Her milk will have helped thousands of children. She added:??? "I don't discriminate - I have donated to gay couples and to mothers who are on medication or had their breast removed due to breast cancer."It's an ama
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8475 Milk 1 02/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Elisabeth Anderson-Sierra A mother of two young children has donated more than 5,000 pints / 2365 litres of her own breast milk to help premature babies and gay dads feed their newborns.Elisabeth Anderson-Sierra, 29, spends10 hours a day pumping around 1.75 gallons of milk - ten times the average woman.Elizabeth has been diagnosed with hyperlactation syndrome, which means she produces more milk than most women.She still manages feeding time for her own eight-month-old daughter Sophia, before generously giving the rest to those more needy than herself.Elizabeth says she has fed thousands of babies.Her milk is packaged, labelled and stored in four huge freezers in the house where she lives with the girls and her husband, public safety officer David Sierra, 52.The former U.S. Coast Guard, of Beaverton, Oregon, USA, says producing the "liquid gold" is her "labour of love".Elizabeth, also mum to two-year-old Isabella, said: "I realised I was an overproducer when I was pregnant with my first child, but when I had my second baby my supply ramped up.???She pumps five times a day - as soon as she wakes up, after breakfast, after lunch, after dinner and again at midnight.She produces up to 80 ounces / 2.3 litres of milk during the first pump alone.She typically spends around five hours a day just pumping. Another three to five hours is spent storing, labelling and sterilizing.She added:??? "Pumping is not fun - it is uncomfortable and it hurts - but it is my labour of love."I've not had a day off in two-and-a-half years. It's more than a full-time job.???She said she gets instant gratification when she donates locally because I see the babies and I see them thriving.Her milk will have helped thousands of children. She added:??? "I don't discriminate - I have donated to gay couples and to mothers who are on medication or had their breast removed due to breast cancer."It's an ama
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8475 Milk 1 02/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Elisabeth Anderson-Sierra A mother of two young children has donated more than 5,000 pints / 2365 litres of her own breast milk to help premature babies and gay dads feed their newborns.Elisabeth Anderson-Sierra, 29, spends10 hours a day pumping around 1.75 gallons of milk - ten times the average woman.Elizabeth has been diagnosed with hyperlactation syndrome, which means she produces more milk than most women.She still manages feeding time for her own eight-month-old daughter Sophia, before generously giving the rest to those more needy than herself.Elizabeth says she has fed thousands of babies.Her milk is packaged, labelled and stored in four huge freezers in the house where she lives with the girls and her husband, public safety officer David Sierra, 52.The former U.S. Coast Guard, of Beaverton, Oregon, USA, says producing the "liquid gold" is her "labour of love".Elizabeth, also mum to two-year-old Isabella, said: "I realised I was an overproducer when I was pregnant with my first child, but when I had my second baby my supply ramped up.???She pumps five times a day - as soon as she wakes up, after breakfast, after lunch, after dinner and again at midnight.She produces up to 80 ounces / 2.3 litres of milk during the first pump alone.She typically spends around five hours a day just pumping. Another three to five hours is spent storing, labelling and sterilizing.She added:??? "Pumping is not fun - it is uncomfortable and it hurts - but it is my labour of love."I've not had a day off in two-and-a-half years. It's more than a full-time job.???She said she gets instant gratification when she donates locally because I see the babies and I see them thriving.Her milk will have helped thousands of children. She added:??? "I don't discriminate - I have donated to gay couples and to mothers who are on medication or had their breast removed due to breast cancer."It's an ama
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