Thank you all for your replies and reassurance.
Meg, I suppose my concern is that her lack of interest in nursing will translate to a lack of interest in solids and so forth. I try to trust and believe that a child will eat enough to grow, but it's hard for me to have that trust (I'm the one with an ex-26-week preemie who was diagnosed with failure to thrive and had a feeding tube for 3 years!). One of the first signs of his troubles was that he would scream through feedings and we had to ultimately wait until he fell asleep and feed him then. (Thickened expressed breastmilk because he aspirated thin liquids.) We still have no idea why he fought his bottles so much. With his many medical issues, we were in a very medical frame of mind about his feedings, also...and his bottles were scheduled and measured to the milliliter. Maybe we were feeding him too often? I have no idea. All I know is that dreamfeeding is all he would do...and he ended up losing weight and getting a feeding tube.
So, yes, now that I think about it, I guess that is where my fears around dreamfeeding come from. :-/