I have a one week old little girl that will not nurse. I have large nipples, so latching is very difficult for her. In order to avoid the problems I had with my last two babies, I started pumping and bottle feeding as soon as my milk came in. I knew that the only way she would be able to nurse was to grow and she couldn't grow if she wasn't getting milk. (With my last baby, my milk supply crashed because he couldn't effectively nurse and we had no idea he wasn't gaining his birth weight back). Now that I am happily producing enough milk and she is past the jaundice/losing weight phase, I want to get her back to the breast. But she is not interested. She will attempt once or twice to latch on and then starts flailing her little arms and kicking her legs and screaming. She really likes her bottles! I don't have access to a LC because I live out in the middle of nowhere. What is the best way to bring her back to the breast? And I know the sooner the better, but what about timing? I don't want her to associate negatively to the breast, so should I wait until she is a bit older and her mouth is bigger? Is it possible to re-orient a baby to the breast at two or three weeks of age? I wish I wrote down what I did with the last two babies. It was just such a difficult and emotional time.