My dd sleeps well at night, often going 6 - 8 hours between overnight feeds (sometimes more), but she's still trying to get 7 - 8 feeds (BFing) in during the day, so they are often 2 hours apart. But randomly she'll go 4 - 6 hours between daytime feeds. She has a cold and so do I so I accept she'll want milk more often right now, but this was an issue before we got sick too.
It's not too much of an issue if I'm with her all the time, but if I want to have a rest (which at the moment I really need cause I've been sick for over a week) or go to the shops I never quite know how long is going to be too long. Poor dh had a very grumpy baby on his hands yesterday when I was stuck at the shops & didn't get back til 2.5 hours since the start of dd's last feed. I've got extra help this week and the idea was that they would look after bub while I ran quick errands that would be anything but quick if bubs needs to come along too.
So, do your good overnight sleepers feed heaps during the day? When do they stop doing this reliably? I'm going back to work in 2 months (part time) and if she's still wanting to feed 2 hourly it will make life more difficult.
If it's relevant my dd is on the 97th percentile for weight (6kg at 9 weeks) and 95th percentile for height, so she's not remotely small