Re: Breastfeeding at night
That is perfectly normal. They tend to wake up at irregular intervals because they don't always eat the same amount at every feeding. It could also be a growth spurt, causing her to wake more frequently to eat.
Also, there could be other discomforts that wake them- wet diaper, itchy pajamas, cold/hot, any number of things could wake her. If you really wanted to, you could try to get her back to sleep without nursing (by rocking, walking, singing, whatever) if it hasn't been very long since her last nursing, but for me I found the quickest and easiest way for me to get back to sleep was to nurse my baby back to sleep.
At 2 months she is definitely too young to attempt any kind of sleep training yet. And you can't spoil a tiny baby, so I wouldn't be concerned about creating bad sleep habits this early, if that's what you're worried about.
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