ANDERSON, Ind. –
When Ashley Nevin had her third child, she was set on breast feeding her baby. But due to complications during delivery, she wasn’t able to.
This situation would normally lead to Wyatt, who was born Dec. 2 in Anderson, having to eat formula for his first few feedings.
Instead, he was able to have pasteurized breast milk that was donated by another mother through The Milk Bank in Indianapolis. Nevin was relieved when she was told about the service.