It seems as though history is repeating itself. With my first son, at around two months, he began refusing a bottle. This seems to be happening again with my son who was born about two months ago. He's not refusing as much as he seems not to know what to do with a bottle. When I offer him one containing freshly expressed milk, he really just gnaws on the nipple, getting maybe 1/2 ounce in a 1/2 hour. My older son did this exact same thing.
A little about myself: I have an oversupply (had with my first as well) that my DS is able to handle. In fact, he came home from the hospital at 7 lbs. 4 oz and today weighs about 14 lbs and has gained 3 inches. I also have an overactive letdown. My little man generally nurses for 5-10 minutes on one side every 1 1/2 to 2 hours during the day and every 3-4 hours at night.
I'm looking for suggestions on how to help him with the bottle. I'm committed to pumping and offering every day, but I'm wondering if that will be enough. With my first son, he never took a bottle again, which wasn't a big deal, but I felt a little restricted in what I could do, and I really don't want to repeat that.