Okay, just need a little encouragement. My little one is almost 15 weeks and has a shallow, non-painful latch, her lips are flanged most of the time, she is just not taking much of the areola into her mouth and I don't feel a strong suck. She also comes off quite a bit and acts frustrated. It has gotten to point that I just hope I don't have nurse away from the house because she seems to nurse best laying down on the bed. We had to travel this weekend and it was aweful, because when I would try and nurse her in the backseat, we just couldn't get comfortable and she didn't eat very well at all. I have been trying to do the things that the LC said, but bottom line is she fusses and goes on anyway she wants and I let her cause I want her to nurse. I just dread nursing her. I have heard that the latch does improve over time as they get older. When might that be? 6 months? I just can't do some of these things that I read about, like the nipple flick into the mouth, or try to get her as close to me as I can because she pushes back out, or nipple sandwich. It seems like it shouldn't be this hard, I mean I am sure tribal women in Africa aren't freaking out if they don't have an asymmetric latch.