I personally wouldn’t do anything to change her nighttime feedings until she’s at least 1 yo. Babies/toddlers who are cuddled often and breastfed on demand are more secure and therefore more independent. There is research to back this up! It’s a good sign that she is going right back to sleep when she wakes to eat. It could be helpful to not allow her to be latched for a long time after she falls asleep. That can potentially become an issue as she grows and expects to have the boob in her mouth at all times to sleep. Fortunately it sounds like that’s not the case at this point so it seems like you’re on the right track! Night weaning is not a guarantee your baby will sleep through the night. Children have irregular sleeping patterns usually through toddlerhood and even into early school age. Best of luck!
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