This is a good sign, as you are a beginner (2 months is nothing). Those thoughts bubbling up need to bubble up, and out. You just have to let them go and go back to breath. I know, easier said than done, but it sounds like you are trying too hard...you are clinging.
Even after 20+ years of meditation, if I don't meditate for a few days I'm back to that point initially....figure on about 30 minutes to get back into the flow at least, and in your case probably longer if you aren't doing it every day. After 30 or so minutes your mind will quiet down...it is like a pool of water with a stone thrown in...it takes a while for the ripples to finally settle back down. And there are a boatload of stones in the modern world to make ripples, that is for sure!
This is why serious practictioners in places like Korea go to mountain hermitages for months at a time (year in the old days)...to get away from all the disturbances, all the stones...within a few days you can get deep states in minutes instead of hours. Living in the modern world and being a Buddhist is a tough combination...but you can do it.
You know the way you feel when you come home after some big, boisterous event such as a new years party, a football game, or something? You cannot settle down for hours, right? You might stay awake all night. The bigger, noisier, or generally more impactful an event is, the longer it takes your "mental pond" to get calm again... In fact, I think you need a retreat of some kind, a week or two alone in a cabin or tent away from noisy civilization to establish a baseline, to learn what that baseline feels like...that could be very valuable for you. Few people know what that baseline is like these days; most people's minds are never completely calm...in fact it scares most people in the Western world to be alone and let their mind quiet down, it really does...because they have never done it!