A Missouri mom with an oversupply of breast milk donated her liquid gold to help families affected by Hurricane Harvey.
Danielle Palmer, who lives near St. Louis, shared a photo on Facebook of a cooler overflowing with bottles of breast milk over the weekend, saying she donated 1,040 ounces to help mothers of babies in Texas. 
Palmer’s son Truett, who was born in late February, is unable to nurse, because of a congenital heart defect. So, she has been pumping every day since he was born. Palmer stockpiled the supply she donated in the two months she spent in the hospital with him.
“I have two other boys,” Palmer told USA TODAY. “I’ve always had an oversupply. When I first had Truett, I was pumping 16 to 20 ounces per pump. All of that milk was going straight to the freezer.”
Palmer gave her milk to pregnancy care center Guiding Star Mid-Missouri who knew of specific Texas moms in …