Alicia Richman has shattered the world record after the new mom donated an incredible 329 litres (86.8 gallons) of breast milk to a Texas milk bank.
As WFAA News 8 reports, Richman's plentiful reserves broke the previous "Most Breast Milk Donated" entry by 87 litres (23 gallons.)
"I'm so thankful that I'm able to help not only my own baby, Drake, but all of the little babies who need it and are sick. It really feels amazing, and I'm so thankful that I'm able to do it," she tells the news network.
After her son was born last year, the Granbury resident accumulated two freezers' worth of extra milk between June 2011 and March 2012.
With no extra space to store her supplies, she discovered the Mothers' Milk Bank of North Texas, a non-profit that offers breast milk to babies in intensive care whose mothers can't produce their own.
The New York Daily News notes that just three ounces of breast milk can feed a premature infant nine times.
Imagine, then, what Richman's combined 11,115 ounces have done for babies and mothers in the area.
"Alicia's generous gift of human milk has fed hundreds, and more likely, thousands of premature babies across the United States," Amy Vickers, executive director of the Mothers' Milk Bank, tells the paper.
In addition to her impressive internal plumbing system, Richman's achievement has brought attention to milk banks and will hopefully encourage other mothers with generous flows to share their wealth.
And for those who can't get enough of mommy-themed achievements, Australia's Mater Mothers Hospital will aim to break the record for most expectant mothers in one place on Nov. 4.
As many as 2000 pregnant women are expected to show up at the South Brisbane hospital in an attempt to take the title from South Africa.
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