My son is 2 and 1/2 months old, and so far breastfeeding has been going fairly well... until about a week ago when he began refusing to nurse on the left side during the day. At night, when we're laying down, he nurses from that side just fine. But during the day, it's nearly impossible to get him to feed on the left. He'll act hungry, open his mouth real wide, but when I go to latch him on, he arcs his back and turns his head side to side. After struggling like this for 5-10 minutes, I give up and put him on the right side, where he happily latches on and eats for a good 10-20 minutes. It drives me bonkers! I've tried the cradle hold, the football hold, the crossover, tummy to tummy... nothing seems to work. I haven't seen any signs of an ear infection, so I don't think that's the case. Is there a way I can coax him into eating on the left side? I feel like I've tried it all. Should I start pumping on the left side when he refuses to eat from it? I'm worried that my supply might drop since that one seems to be neglected for most of the day.