I'm 20 weeks pregnant with twins and a little worried about what is going to happen after they are born. Our plan was to sidecar two cribs to the bed and to cosleep so that I can easily breastfeed and settle them back in to sleep. Last December my 6 year old starting wanting to sleep in bed with us again after a few years of sleeping on his own. He seemed to really need it and we have a giant california king bed so we let him sleep with us. For the past few months I've been trying to gently transition my son back into his bed, but he's really resistant. I don't feel uncomfortable with him sleeping with us, except when he tries to sleep ON me! :-) I'm just worried about him being able to get good sleep once the babies are born. He's a very light sleeper, so it's definitely going to disrupt him. I'm also worried about him waking the babies up! And I'm overwhelmed/scared of having twins, so I'm kind of dwelling on this.
He's really excited about the new babies and I don't want him to feel like he's being kicked out because of them. My husband says it will work out in the end and we'll figure it out. He's not worried. I am a planner and a worrier, so I guess I'm looking for a little reassurance from a mama who's been through this. Any advice? Should I chill out and just let things take their own course?