Well it's only confusing if you make it confusing, know what I mean?
I was thinking of doing that, but it might be too confusing to follow you know?
The book "Flipped" was written from two points of views, but it was very clear and ended up making the story better. And I think "The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants" is written from 4 different points of views. (I can't remember it's been a while)
If you think that would add to your story, use two points of views. But I recommend only using it if you want the characters to follow a somewhat different plot line through the story - because if they're always together and always thinking the same basic thing, you're gonna be reading the same chapter twice, if that makes sense. xD
Or, if you want to write in depth thoughts without doing the two points of views, you could write it in 3rd person so you can describe all the character's feelings.
I hope I helped.
It's a bit late, I have no idea what I'm talking about. Aha.
Anyways good luck