Will my baby get too dependent on the motion?

As babies mature they become able to sleep well without the cues that were so indispensable early in life. For example, by 4-5 months babies do just fine without snug swaddling; by 5-6 months they no longer need motion; by 6 months most are mature enough to give up pacifiers; and babies can sleep without white noise after a year (although they still sleep better with sound for many more years).

Plus, the Mobile App has a feature in settings that lets parents wean babies off the all-night motion, preparing them for a smooth transition to the crib.

That’s why weaning a baby off of motion is usually quite easy, once a baby reaches 5-6 months.

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