Funny thing is - that now researchers are saying that genetics have more to do with how a baby / kid sleeps than anything else. We've been lucky that Lucille likes her sleep -- and wakes up once in the middle of the night for feeding and goes back to sleep easily - but (there's always a but) only on me or in the bed. Well, beggars can't be choosers... and I think we all get a decent nights sleep in the end.
So in short, if you find a way that your baby sleeps that you're comfortable with roll with it. At least thats what I take from the article. Sleep is also the first subject in a great little book I just started called How Eskimos Keep Their Babies Warm - which is on sale on Amazon for $6.38 right now... and worth checking out if you are interested in how babies are raised around the world.
Any sleep stories (good, bad or ugly) readers want to share?