Thanks to everyone for all the input!!
I've done both with babies around that age.
Honestly, in my experience, traveling with a young baby is far easier than traveling with a baby a few months old... not to mention a toddler!!!Since they sleep most of the times anyways, it's not so hard for them to sleep most of the trip... Unless you are unfortunate and have one of those babies who hate car seats!! I would make sure to make nursing stops every 2 hours or so, and so besides feeding the baby, you can help by changing positions or giving a little massage.I'm faced with a similar dilemma... A cousin's wedding next october. Except than in my case Julia will be 6 months and Fede almost 3 yo... I still don't know what we are going to do!
David Nicholas 12/5/09Expecting a GIRL 3/23/13
With a baby that age I would drive. It is nice to be able to bring everything you think you might need- especially as first time parents, and to not worry about bothering someone if the baby is fussy. Plus you can sing loudly, turn up the music, open windows, etc to help distract/drown out LOL the baby.
By 2 months nursing will also be going quickly for the most part and a stop every 3-4 hours for 15 minutes is healthy anyway:)
I've flown way too much with Teddy (seriously no kid his age should be such a world traveler LOL) and even though we always get through it, etc I still hate it with a passion and would rather do almost anything then fly with him- and he is a pretty decent traveler (no problems with ears, gets whiny but is never the kid just screaming or crying hysterically for an hour, is charming with the other passengers, etc). However he also really likes riding in the car so of course that plays a role as well.
Either way you should know that whatever you decide to do, with you and Bijon and a 2 month old, it will really go fine!!! Traveling with a child of any age really isn't bad if you are prepared, try not to get stressed out, and have company:)