As long as you're employed and then going directly to a new job, it isn't immediately bad. After all, someone was willing to hire you.
However, most employers want someone who will stay at least a couple of years. It takes some time to get a person trained on their specific needs, and there isn't an immediate payoff when hiring someone new. It's also a lot of time and work to hire someone.
So it is going to get harder and harder to find that new job, since you look like someone who is going to leave at the first opportunity. If you are ever laid off, it may be very hard to find another job.
If you can stay 3-5 years for the next couple of jobs, that early flightiness will become less of a problem. (You might also consider being a contractor, where you're not expected to have a long duration at any specific jobs, but you should stay with the same contracting agency for those 3-5 years.)