Breast milk jaundice
is a very common cause of prolonged jaundice in neonates.
Most of the times it is a diagnosis of exclusion and may take 12-15 weeks for serum bilirubin
to become normal.
Initial investigations are suggestive of indirect bilirubinemia ( common in breast milk jaundice). Your recent report is showing decreasing bilirubin levels but still values are above normal. In this report direct bilirubin is higher than normal which is not usual in breast milk jaundice.
But as your baby is asymptomatic and all other causes have been ruled out previously, I would suggest you to repeat the test after two weeks.