I'm very new to plants and propagation. I got 2 baby succulents from 1 leaf, is this normal? Not sure of the name of the mother plant. Also they sprouted from opposite ends of the leaf, not from where it was detached from the plant.
Yes, it is normal to have two plants from one leaf because they grow from lateral meristems. A meristem is an area that contains undifferentiated cells that divide in a continuous manner.
If the top was undamaged, you would have ended up with three new plants instead of two because we can see from the new leaves that they have three meristematic areas (one apex and two laterals).
As others pointed out in the comments, they need more light.