I love all the adorable baby pictures!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! - BSL babies really are inspirations and maybe they can offer hope to other women who have tired for a really long time.
Sweetest - Thanks for being so open about your births and VBAC. More than likely I'll be having to make that choice eventually and it's nice to hear other women talk about their experiences. I hope everything works out perfectly for you either way.
Miriam - Your girls are just beautiful. I can totally see why you would want to change pediatricians. It does sound like she not listening. There are differences between breastfeeding and formula. I'm fortunate that I never had any issues with my pediatrician. When I was trying to breastfeed he was encouraging and told me all the things that might affect a breastfeed baby. When I didn't have enough milk and changed to formula he focused more on that.
It's never easy when your babies have to get stuck :(. (but at least at 6 and 9 months they won't remember and use it against when they're teenagers). By 9 months I'll bet they'll be ready for a little "real" food supplement and things will work out. If the babies are growing right, meeting all their milestones and not showing any signs of malnutrition I really don't understand why the doctor would be so "pushy."