I have a 6 week old little boy, who I am trying to ween off his supplimental formula and back onto breast milk exclusively. However, about 2-4 times a day minimum, he wigs out and does not want the boob, he's hungry, he'll take a bottle; yet he will latch and then let go. Back story: He was probably 2 weeks and a few days when I was forced to put him on the formula. He started getting 1oz, 12 times a day. He is down to 2-6oz a day, we started with the seringe/pinky feeder, then to bottles, now we use the special boob like bottles. I have worked with a lactation consultant already and because his weight is good she no longer needs to see us. At this point I'm getting very discouraged because he is starting to fight the boob more and more and my instinct is to give him the bottle because he's hungry. I pump, but I would prefer to only need to pump for occasions, not keep doing it because he's bottle crazy. The fighting weighs on my heart, all I want to do is breastfeed. How do I get him to stop fighting? Also, I try swaddling him while feeding, or covering him "closet feed" style, I use the clutch position and try switching to the cross craddle to see if it helps. Sometimes he gives up and falls a sleep. HELP!