thanks for the advice guys. It's really helping to hear that cosleeping with two is not going to hurt the newborn, or make my ds feel insecure.
Oh, and we cs on a double sized bed, so I guess it's time to move up! Woohoo family bed!
Bellee - http://iparenting.com/sears/columns/co-sleep.htm
"Always put babies younger than 6 months to sleep on their backs and not their tummies.
Don't sleep with your baby if you are under the influence of drugs or alcohol or any substance that could diminish your awareness of your baby.
Don't sleep with baby on soft surfaces, such as beanbags, waterbeds and couches.
Avoid crevices between mattress and wall or mattress and side rail.
Avoid side rails, head-boards and foot-boards that have slats that could entrap baby's head.
Avoid putting your bed near curtains or blinds that have dangling strings that could strangle baby.
Only one baby in bed at a time, please. "
P.S. Is moving the bed to the floor a co sleeping rule or just something that most people do? We did this when I was pg, it was sort of just an instinctive thing. I figured if baby were to roll off, he wouldn't have a far way to go. I've never read anything about removing the bed frame until I was introduced to this forum.