awww...she is very cute.
I know how you feel, my girls are very skittish lately, and I am also working on it with them!
I think you are doing all the right things, though. First of all, the best way to disolve a mouse's fears of you is to handle them more, even if they do bite or try and jump, because this will let them know they are in no danger, because they will always return safe and sound to their home afterward. And also, it is good to feed her in your hand, because that acts as kind of a reward. It gives her some incentive to be in your hand.
Good luck! I am glad for you and cutie Cheddar!
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