Sounds fine to me. If you're feeding her on demand it won't affect your supply. Just a word of warning though - prepare yourself that it might not last! My dd was a pretty good sleeper until the '4 month sleep regression'. But you may be lucky and miss this!
Medium I'm enjoying each and every night, reminding myself that it'll all probably change soon :D
Twitchy no advice I'm afraid, I think I've been lucky. She's akways been a good sleeper, and is a very chilled out baby in general. She doesn't sleep between her bath at 6 and putting her down at about 9:30/10 though, just feeds and feeds and feeds so my dinner is often a struggle.
My breastfed baby sleeps through too and she's now 5 months. She's really chilled generally, feeds every 1.5hrs ish during the day (so she's tanked up by nighttime) and only naps when we're out and about.
I used to have hard and leaky boobs first thing but they've adjusted more recently.
I think we're blessed with the luck of the gods and there's a big piece of me that when we have another one we're in for a big shock!
My dd was the same - cluster fed in early evening + slept longish period at nights i had same worries re supply but she was totally fine. The cluster feeding stoped (by her) at about 4 months worried about supply then too as was feeding about 7pm (long feed 45 mins) then once at night 3/4 in morning but she was also fine (she also didnt need to feed that often during day liked long infrequent feeds i worried so much as it was opposite of what i was told to expect + opposite to everyone else i knew who bfeed but she was a right chubby little bub who knew what she needed & who stuck to her 75 percentile weight line despite me being sure she wasnt eating often enough).
My EBF DC3 slept through (10 or more hours) from about 9 weeks. I couldn't believe my luck! (my other babies did NOT sleep through!)She did feed loads during the day though (which had it's challenges with 2 other small DCs to look after). The nights got pretty bad when she started teething and weaning. Now aged 10 months she is feeding once or twice a night on average but it can be more when the teething is painful. (she seems to have frequent short feeds when teeth are coming through rather than fewer long ones). My milk supply has been very flexible feeding on demand and all 3 of my DCs have been big and healthy albeit with quite different feeding patterns. Enjoy the luvverly luvverly sleep while you can