I was wondering if anyone could advise me on this. I found out from a few pre and post-feeding weighs at my daughter's pediatrician's office that I don't produce enough milk. They were able to measure down to the mL to see what she was getting from the breast, and the numbers just didn't really match expectations either time. So I've been advised to continue to combo feed, which means I give her anywhere from 10 to 20 minutes at the breast (she tires of the breast easily, so that's usually the most I can give her) and then follow it up with about 2oz of formula. The thing is, and I know I'm going to sound like a whiner, that I'm finding combo feeding to be really tough. It's hard to motivate myself (especially at night) to feed her twice. I also feel like she's getting more and more used to the bottle, so it's making breastfeeding more and more difficult. I initially wanted to continue to combo feed throughout her newborn stage, so that she could get all of the antibodies she needed. But I'm losing motivation, and I keep feeling like I'm a failure and doing something wrong. Or just not trying hard enough. And I'm starting to get stressed out about it. I feel pressure to continue to breastfeed, and I worry I won't be giving my daughter enough of a starting chance if I don't. Especially considering she was slightly premie when she was born at 36 weeks gestation (I had developed preclampsia). I guess I'm wondering if there are any women who have been in the same boat and have some advice to give on the subject? I know this post sounds awfully whiny, and for that I apologize.