First, just breathe. Your situation is what it is, adding more stress isn't the answer. My kids are 18 months apart, having kids close together really isn't as difficult as people think it is. I love their close relationship, they are best friends and it's wonderful.By 14 months your older child should have a good sleep schedule. There is no reason a child of that age can't be sleeping 10-12 hours through the night. In a few months you can start working on weaning off night feedings (except during growth spurts).Chances are that both chidlren will not be crying at the same time. And if/when that happens just hold your baby and have your son sit next to you on the couch so that he can get a little cuddle. Juggling two isn't tricky until they're both toddlers/preschoolers, but even then it isn't a big deal. Your son will have to grow up a little once your new baby comes but if you make it fun for him, he won't have a problem. Let him help as much as possible with getting diapers, pacificiers, bottles, etc.If you have family close I'm sure they will be more than happy to watch both of your kids. If not, try to find a friend who is a stay at home mom or a small in-home day care.