We have a little girl who is coming up for 5 months old now, and are having real problems getting enough milk down her. She's always been a bit on the small side on the charts, and we've never been able to get the recommended amounts into her, so we weaned her early and she loves her solids. Mum is not produced enough to exclusively breastfeed, but if we try to give our baby formula, she won't take more than 100ml in one sitting before crying, and that can be a two hour battle! We have to breastfeed her and then quickly swap to a bottle, or try to catch her when she is half asleep in order to get much formula down her at all. Often she won't drink anything. She's actually catching up now on the weight charts, but the lack of milk is a worry. Is she getting the right nutrients? Is there anything else we can try, such as soya milk? All we get from the 'experts' is to keep persevering, to try different formulas etc, and we've done everything we can, but still she won't drink enough. She normally has 500-600ml a day, and getting that amount into her is a struggle. She's had no problems at all with solids, she loves them, and she will usually go to the breat without problems, it's the formula-related tantrums that are grinding us down! Help!