I'm wondering if you ladies had an easier time breastfeeding your 2nd + babies? I tried breastfeeding with my first (who was induced at 37 weeks), and basically it didn't work. She'd latch on and then fall asleep. Everything was difficult. My milk took forever to come in -- I had several days after the birth where nothing at all came out. My nipples never seemed to take on the right shape without this "latch assist" contraption. After only a day, due to my DD's weight declining by 10% and jaundice, the doctor had me give her formula. After a few days of formula, she wouldn't even latch on to me. I tried pumping, but I couldn't ever pump enough, so we had to continue supplementing 50% or more with formula. I'd only get ridiculously small amounts out before they "went dry". I saw 2 different lactation consultants, one with DD and one after DD refused the boob. Both said I was doing it right (trying to feed DD and pumping). I wound up giving up completely after a month and felt like a total failure. I'm worried this time will be the same because my boobs haven't grown that much, so there's no way there can be much milk in there. I'd love to hear from someone who had a horrible time breastfeeding their first, but was successful with their 2nd + babies.