DS is 17 months and we've been cosleeping more or less without issue.
DH and MIL (among others) have been asking me about when DS is going to start sleeping in his own bed. I pretty much ignore MIL, but DH has made some gentle arguments that *at some point* we might want to gently and slowly introduce the concept of him having his own bed. Not force him or kick him out of our bed, but just give him the chance to see if maybe he would want that. There have also been times when I felt it might be more comfortable and we both might sleep better if he were in his own space.
We both (DH and I) would like to read a good book about cosleeping, but I'm not sure which would be the right one. I know there's a book called The Family Bed that people like, and I see Dr. Jay Gordon has also written one. What we need is a book that also covers when it's time to separate sleep or at least offer the child their own sleep space, and how to know when and then do this gently and without stress. I do not want a book that is all about child-led and cosleeping without any end or limit ever, as that is not our approach. I also obviously don't need a book that's only about cosleeping safely with a baby, as we're past that phase already.
Any recommendations? Many many thanks!