Hi! I have a three week old little boy born by c-section. We had no initial problems with latching or feeding in the hospital or after we came home. We went to the newborn first appointment at our pediatrician and he was still at the same weight he was discharged from the hospital at three days prior. We were then asked to return for a weight check three days later. At that appointment he had still not gained any weight. We returned for our two week appointment and he had only gained one ounce from discharge weight. At this appointment the pediatrician had suggested we begin supplementing 6 oz daily with formula. One week later I am very confused. I have begun pumping to see what I get and feeding him the expressed milk at each feeding, possibly supplementing with one ounce of formula if he still seemed hungry. I had been attempting to pump every three hours and exclusively breastfeeding overnight for the past three days, and supplementing. So, at each pumping session I would express between 4 and 1 ounce per session equaling about ten ounces per day with three feedings overnight. This seemed to be working, but I'd really prefer to exclusively breastfeed, however he has become lazy at the feeding...what I'm wondering is, is it too late to get him back to the breast exclusively? How can I go about this and is it possible for me to produce enough milk for him? Please help. With my first child something similar happened and I ended up pumping and supplementing for a year. I thought we were doing well this time around, but he just wasn't gaining weight. Where am I going wrong?