Cashing in her assets?

This is a NEWS ITEM …(wonder if she’s heard of ABFheaven?)

Julie Dennis, 32, from Florida, started selling her own breast milk after she gave birth to a surrogate baby in August 2019.

The entrepreneurial mother came up with the idea when the baby she’d given birth to for another couple turned six months old and no longer needed her breast milk.

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5 thoughts on “Cashing in her assets?”

  1. Personally, I think that it is a great idea. As for the people “shaming”, it’s not yours, you don’t have to but it, go about your business. People don’t HAVE to buy it but those who are buying are doing it for a reason. Well done.

  2. I’m all for it, though I’m always saddened at the need for the person to mention the men who wanted pictures or videos. And the writer of the article saw the need to give all the warnings about why buying and sharing breastmilk is bad.

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