OK, my son is 4 months old. For the last month he will not hardly nurse. He latches on, takes two sucks, unlatches and cries. He will turn and root again (which is how I know he is hungry) but then stays latched for about 10 seconds then unlatches and cries. This continues until he gets so frustrated until I have to put the passy in his mouth to calm him, sit him up and then he is happy and smiling. He is supposed to eat every 3 hours still, so when he does this I stop until he acts hungry again and try it all over. I have also tried feeding every 2 hours, before he gets to where he is really hungry but that did not help. I have tried every position, dark room, quiet room, nothing works. My lactation consultant has watched and she has no clue what is going on. When DS unlatches, I can see milk coming from my breast so it isn't a supply problem. On a couple of occassions I have skipped a pumping session(if he doesn't eat) just to see if he prefers me being fuller and that seems to help but I cant keep skipping feedings. I have had to resort to supplementing with formula because I have used all of my stash. He also eats better at night. There has only been twice that he has not eaten well at night but I have even tried the exact position I am in during the night time feeding and he still cries. PLEASE HELP! I want to continue to BF but I do not know how much longer I can stress over him not hardly eating.