My story is kind of long. At about 4 weeks, grandparents came out to visit the baby. She had been quite the challenge and the help from them was accepted and I was thankful. My milk didn't come in for 5 days and so I was supplementing with formula in the beginning because she had lost a significant amount of weight. So, she was able to feed from the bottle. The grandparents were here for 4 days and I had plenty of milk saved up, so they were feeding her a lot. And I wasn't pumping enough. After 4 days of not feeding her from the breast very often and not pumping enough, my milk supply went down, significantly. I took me a month to get it back, and it is still not the same. But, since this time, she is now 2 months old and when she gets really hungry, she will scream when I put the breast in her face. She won't take it. So, I give her a bottle and let her eat anywhere from a 1/4 ounce to a full ounce until she has calmed down and then she will take the breast. It was super frustrating a couple weeks ago. But, now I have been just thinking this is how she is and I can't change it. I talked to my pediatrician and she said it is a habit that she needs to break. Any suggestions? I think she doesn't want to wait for the let down, because she is so used to instant gratification.