I have decided to give breastfeeding another shot. My baby just turned 3 months recently. I breastfed him and supplemented with formula for the first 3 weeks of his life (mostly formula). I have had this urge to give breastfeeding another try and it is not going away. I rented a hospital grade pump, the medela lactina and met with my lactation consultant. I have had the pump for 7 days now and have been pumping every 3 hours for 20 minutes. I have missed a few late night feedings because I missed my alarm. Before starting my milk had completely dried up. I am now getting maybe a teaspoon a day, which doesn't seem like much. I am taking fenugreek and eating oatmeal daily, plus drinking lots of water. I do not want to take any type of prescription drug to increase my milk supply. My baby will sometimes latch on to nurse, but it doesn't last for more than a few moments. I just ordered the medela SNS and I am hoping that speeds things up. Am I on the right track? How much milk can I expect to make in the future and how long does it take to increase milk supply? I have two older children who need my attention too and want to ensure it is possible for me to re-lactate and that this is not a lost cause. Thanks for your help!