My 2-month-old and I have had problem after problem with breastfeeding. Every time she overcomes one problem it feels like she develops or reverts to another. We have recently moved out-of-state. It was a long and stressful move and halfway through she began displaying nursing strike behavior--arching away angrily from the breast, etc. It's been several days since she began doing this--some days are better than others and I can always get some milk down her in the end. But I worry because she has a history of poor weight gain. (only gained 2 lbs since birth, tho she is developmentally/neurologically on target. She was very big at birth.) I would pump and give her bottles in a heartbeat but I had to return the hospital-grade pump when we moved and now only have a handpump; frankly, we are not in a position financially to buy or rent a good pump for at least another few weeks. I could try to give her formula because WIC pays for it--but I've already put so much time and effort into breastfeeding, and anyway I know she'll absolutely hate it. (I've never had much luck giving her even my pumped milk.) On the other hand I am VERY tired of stressing over one thing after another. Is there any way I can "fix" her nursing strike at least?