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Expecting second one in June and my firstborn did not sleep through the night until he was well over a year old. Pediatrician chalked it up to being exclusively breastfed and that they're hungrier faster but man, not looking forward to those days! He was in a traditional rock and play until I moved him to a crib where I literally did the CIO method (mom and baby were both crying at this point). I really want to avoid being a zombie the first few months, especially now that I have the firstborn with me to care for and give my attention to as well. The rock and play does not fit through the doors that we have now (moved to different state) so I am in the market for a bassinet. Figured maybe the vibration and motions will keep baby asleep longer.

I can buy a used around $750 price, should I? Or for $150 more buy a new one? Even at $750 I am scared to make the splurge! I am reading really good reviews but need the extra assurance. I had dreams about this last night too lol! Preggo brain at its finest.
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Expecting second one in June and my firstborn did not sleep through the night until he was well over a year old. Pediatrician chalked it up to being exclusively breastfed and that they're hungrier faster but man, not looking forward to those days! He was in a traditional rock and play until I moved him to a crib where I literally did the CIO method (mom and baby were both crying at this point). I really want to avoid being a zombie the first few months, especially now that I have the firstborn with me to care for and give my attention to as well. The rock and play does not fit through the doors that we have now (moved to different state) so I am in the market for a bassinet. Figured maybe the vibration and motions will keep baby asleep longer.

I can buy a used around $750 price, should I? Or for $150 more buy a new one? Even at $750 I am scared to make the splurge! I am reading really good reviews but need the extra assurance. I had dreams about this last night too lol! Preggo brain at its finest.
My son was exclusively breast fed until very recently. Snoo still worked. not to say it is going to work for everyone, but for our son, it was a great experience.
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I own one. Our 14 week old sleeps around 9 hours a night when in it. Some will love it and others can live without it. It all comes down to how well your baby sleeps and if they are restless. Our child finds the motion and sound to be soothing. Feel free to message me with any questions. Also, it is very easy to resell this item. Should be able to resell and end up only having $200-$300 into it. Last thing, you can order for delivery on your due date to maximize the amount of time on the 30 day return policy.
I know this comes with a app, Does it Track Breathing or any other basic stuff? while baby is sleeping?
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My son was exclusively breast fed until very recently. Snoo still worked. not to say it is going to work for everyone, but for our son, it was a great experience.
Same here. Ours is exclusively breastfed as well and he's been sleeping straight thru the night before 2 months old. Was worried early on that he wasn't getting enough milk but pediatrician said he was gaining weight just fine so we let him sleep and he's still doing well with it.

I got mine with the military discount which was close to if not a little less than the price above and I don't think I would've bought initially if there wasn't a great resale market for it (check ebay sold items - they still sell consistently for ~700 bucks). My wife and I are super glad we did though.

Just wanted to share my experience since everytime the Snoo gets posted on here, a majority of the replies are from people who shit on it and don't even have one in the first place.
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I know this comes with a app, Does it Track Breathing or any other basic stuff? while baby is sleeping?
Does not track breathing. Recognizes sound and motion from the baby and increases white/soothing noise along with increased motion. There are four motion/noise cycles. Each one increases for a period of time. If your child calms on level 3, Snoo will cycle down to 2 and then 1 for the duration of the night. We rarely made it to level 4 (our son usually calms at level 2). I was thinking about the cycles and my only complaint is that when you reach level four, the Snoo does not step down to level three, it just ends the cycle. While I wish it did step down (I usually kept an eye on him during 3/4 if we ever made it there)' I understand shutting off for safety. A work-around is to step it down through the app on your phone. When on level three it will automatically step down to 2 and then 1.
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Former Snoo owner reporting in - we WILL buy another if we have a second child. Dr Karp (author of Happiest Baby on the Block and highly regarded expert on infants) helped develop this to satisfy as many of the "5 S's" as possible - other than breastfeeding. This wasn't developed by some techie kid for a college project, this was a thoughtfully engineered piece.

The quality of these units is pretty remarkable. They are easy to assemble, extremely stable, and much more robust than we expected. 10/10.

I don't know if we just had an easy baby but the Snoo kept our baby asleep long enough we had to wake him up to feed him on schedule. We've convinced 3 friends to buy one in the past year and all three have thanked us.
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Same here. Ours is exclusively breastfed as well and he's been sleeping straight thru the night before 2 months old. Was worried early on that he wasn't getting enough milk but pediatrician said he was gaining weight just fine so we let him sleep and he's still doing well with it.

I got mine with the military discount which was close to if not a little less than the price above and I don't think I would've bought initially if there wasn't a great resale market for it (check ebay sold items - they still sell consistently for ~700 bucks). My wife and I are super glad we did though.

Just wanted to share my experience since everytime the Snoo gets posted on here, a majority of the replies are from people who shit on it and don't even have one in the first place.
How did your get the military discount?
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This is one of those items that I always comment on whenever posted. Our son recently outgrew his Snoo, but we felt the 6+ months of usage was well worth the cost. Yes, it is expensive. But within the first two weeks, he mostly slept through the night. My understanding is that it also has a high resale value, but for now, we are lending it to my in-laws for their newborn.

If you have any questions, please feel free to ask.

Cody
Was it hard to wean off the snoo after he out grew it?
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Was it hard to wean off the snoo after he out grew it?
I would say it took about two weeks to transition. But it was more us not paying attention to what made him comfortable. We figured out that he wanted to sleep on his side or stomach (and still does to this day). I think if we figured that out sooner, it wouldn't have taken as long
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