Elisabeth Anderson-Sierra has been called a super producer, a pumping queen and even a milk goddess. But this Oregon mother of two calls herself something a little more humble: “I’m a mom with a gift.”
She has become well-known in Beaverton, Oregon, for her decision to donate her breast milk to families in need — a lot of breast milk.
The “milk goddess” donates her supply to milk banks, which is then distributed nationwide. She also supplies it to local moms and families in her community.
“I definitely feel good about being able to help people, but I also think it’s kinda ingrained in who I am”Watch the Video:
Elisabeth Anderson-Sierra has hyperlactation syndrome, causing her to produce 1.75 gallons of milk a day, with 5,000 ounces stored in her freezer. Over the past three years, the she has donated 700+ gallons of milk -- almost twice the world record! -- in what she describes as her “labor of love.” . . . . #breastmilk #breastfeeding #milkbank #motherhood #goodgoesround