Congrats Jackie on the birth of Sophia. Looks like our babies were born on the same day after all. And they were an oz off in weight (Braddock was 8lbs 2oz's) and almost the same length (he was 20 and 3/4 inches). Gigi, in response to your ? about how breastfeeding is coming along...well I've just about stopped. I took him on 6/9 to have him weighed at a breastfeeding support group. Well he was only 7 pounds 13.5 oz's at that weight check. It was on a Tuesday and the Thursday before that he weighed 7 pounds 12 oz's at the ped office. So he had only gained 1.5 oz's in 5 days. I completely freaked out even though the lactation consultant told me that because 2 different scales were used, his weight could have been off. So I came home that day and gave him formula only while I pumped. The next day I nursed some, pumped some, and gave him some feedings with formula only. I was really having a hard time because all I could think about was that my baby wasn't getting enough nourishment but I had such a strong desire to continue breastfeeding. I went from Tuesday to Friday stressing myself out. I spoke back and forth with the lactation consultant but decided not to get a prescription from my doc. I cried and prayed over what I should do and then Saturday morning (6/13) at his 7:30 am feeding I decided to stop. I had a really bad tear on my nipple that had been bleeding for awhile. For whatever reason the let down on that breast was really strong and he couldn't figure out how to slow down the flow. So he would pull on it while gasping for breath until he pulled off of it or I unlatched him. Then he would take several breaths and need to be relatched. Because of the pulling, I couldn't get the tear to heal. Anyway after suffering with the tear for as long as I did and him not gaining weight appropriately, which was causing me to turn into a complete nut, I decided it was best for us to stop. I do still give in and nurse him once at night as it's the only way I can get him to calm down and get into a sleep mode. I don't understand why he can fall asleep just fine during the day with his paci but at night he will fuss and fuss until I put him on the boob. I haven't had time to look it up but I thought for sure my milk would be dried up by now with it being a week with only one nursing session a day. But I still have to wear nursing pads because I leak. Anyway he's was up to 8lbs 9oz a couple of days ago. Finally past his birth weight at 4 wks. Poor guy has also been stuggling with acid reflux. It seems to be getting worse now that he's on formula. My dd was on meds for hers and I think he may need to be as well. I'm sorry to hear that you are still having problems breastfeeding. I know what you are going through. Have you looked into a prescription called domperidone? That's one that the lactation consultant recommended to me. I don't know if it's better than Reglan or not but if the Reglan didn't work for you, maybe you could ask your doctor/lactation consultant if you should try it. Also I know you said you rented a scale. If you are still trying to monitor weight gain, have you looked at the baby scale at Target? They have one that we purchased for $59 to monitor Braddock's weight when I decided to switch to formula. We returned it once we saw that he was gaining weight and got our money back. Just a thought. Hope things get better for you soon, keep thinking positive.