How long should I wait for SNOO to "do its thing" before intervening when my baby is crying?

SNOO often calms fussing within 40-60 seconds. So, if fussing stops quickly as SNOO increases the motion/sound, your baby just needed a little more soothing and is not very hungry.

However, if the fussing is continuing for more than a minute, it usually means your baby needs some help…a feeding, a nappy change, a hug, etc.

You do not need to wait for the bed to “time out” and stop itself. Trust your instincts!

 

 

Happiest Baby does not provide medical advice. Please seek the advice of your healthcare provider if you have questions regarding a medical issue.

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