By: Ivy Jacobson for TheBump.com
Photo: Shutterstock / The BumpIf you've ever thought that you've pumped so much breast milk that no other woman could have possibly pumped as much as you (which is definitely a common feeling), you've still got a ways to go before you catch up to Amelia Boomker.
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The Bolingbrook, Illinois, mom of four just broke the Guinness World Record for breast milk donation with a whopping - ready? - 16,321 fluid ounces of breast milk to the Indiana Mothers' Milk Bank between 2008 and 2013.
According to the milk bank, that's more than 127 gallons, or equivalent to 816 Venti lattes at Starbucks or 241 two-liter bottles of Coke.
And even though Amelia's contributions are selfless and help feed thousands of ill infants in neonatal intensive care units, she didn't initially start pumping tons of breast milk for fun. She couldn't successfully breastfeed any of her four sons for various reasons, but pumped after each pregnancy and Read More »from This Mom’s Supply of Breast Milk Broke the Guinness World Record