Well, we seem to be doing better since 2 days, could also be that she's settled into the new environment (we are on holiday in the mountains, completely different environment than the city one she is used to), in any case, I have noticed an improvement since 2 days now, hopefully we are back on track! After reading some more postings on this subject, I have also turned the eating time into something she (I think...) recognizes: I tell her its time to eat and show her the bib which I then tie around her neck and then show her the bottle and slowly put it on her lips: when she doesnt want anymore, usually after the 80-100 mark, I take of the bib, put away the bottle, burp her and do a change of scenery - I now always feed her in her room, otherwise she's way to disctracted - then after about 10/ 15 minutes, I pick her up again, take her to her room and we repeat the bib/bottle ritual, and since 2 days she usually finishes the entire bottle...I'm keeping my fingers crossed, also, no more nigh-feeds. She still wakes up around 5 but I read in BW book that most babies wake between 4 and 6 am and then fall asleep again, so this is normal I guess. My pedeatrician also said I could give her 1 spoon of cereal in her 7PM bottle, which I tried the other day and was amazed when she finished the entire bottle in about 10 minutes, no stopping. I tasted it, and it does taste better than the regular milk. Ahh, this reminds me: I also changed formula as she seemed not to be interested in the one we had before, so I changed and she drinks more.
Strange little beings! It just seems how sometimes you need to take 1 step back to advance 2...or the opposite sometimes rings true as well.