Looking for some advice from those of you with older infants... my DS (now 12 weeks) has always been an "inefficient" feeder. He typically takes an hour to nurse (sometimes more), and though sometimes he goes into "comfort sucking" mode, he is often productively sucking for a long time. He also nurses very frequently during the day, so that I often only have a half-hour from the end of one feeding to the next (getting an hour in between is cause for excitement). He does feed less frequently at night, so I have been able to get better sleep for the past month or so, and I do treasure the closeness we have because I know someday I will miss it. But, I am starting to get worried because I have to go back to work next week - fortunately I work from home, and I have figured out how to do a lot of things on the computer one-handed... but it will still be very hard to be productive I think (considering he doesn't nap either!). I'm just wondering if others had newborns that were similarly inefficient, at what age did you notice that they needed less time to get their fill? He also has torticollis (tight neck muscles which also affect his mouth), to which I attribute some of his inefficiency, but I'm trying to get a sense of whether his feeding duration is also just due to normal variation and that it will improve with age, or is it a problem I should be trying to "fix"?