The National Post details the pros and cons of the co-sleeping debate. Which side do you fall on?

“I’m afraid parents are going around whispering, feeling they have to whisper — they can’t tell the truth about where their baby sleeps at night,” said James McKenna, a North American authority in co-sleeping who heads the Mother-Baby Behavioral Sleep Laboratory at the University of Notre Dame. “They feel… that these institutions, by way of their expertise and their authority, their rights supersede what is really an inherent civil right of the parents to make decisions about the way they want to nurture and communicate their love and care for their child.”