I remembered a story a friend told me years ago. Two nursing mothers. One babysitting for the other. The one away couldn't get back in time to nurse her baby, so she gave permission to the one babysitting. The babysitting mom said the baby reluctantly nursed, but refused to look at her the whole time. I thought that was interesting that it seemed like the baby was acting as though he would nurse but only because he needed it and refused the bonding experience.
There's no such thing as global warming. Chuck Norris was cold so he turned up the sun.
If it were my sister, aunt, or another close female in my life whose past health I knew about, then yes, I would. I would be willing to accept breastmilk from a milk bank and feed my child with a bottle. I wish I had known that breastmilk could be donated after I had my son because I produced so much more than he needed.