When you're not sure it's always best to err on the side of safety. Good job.
A little off topic but I thought about this after reading one of your posts, a good cry in a newborn can really help all systems start efficiently. I never wince if I make a baby cry trying to get them to fully breathe, I smile big. I've heard some birth attendants proudly say, 'their babies don't cry'. Well, to me crying communicates. Crying can jump start a little one's whole life, invigorate them, charge them up. Sometimes we all feel better after a good cry. A midwife friend of mine and I were just talking about this the other day. Babies that don't cry at birth, who are they in school, as adults? It seems they are the ones looking for a charge. Also we talked about babies that check out after being born and have to be coaxed to get back here. In our discussion we noticed several of our babes that did that at birth, later in their teenage years, needed to 'check out' in certain ways. It very interesting to correlate all this info from birth and see it unfold during a life.
I wonder what this babe in your original post will be doing 13 - 15 years from now?
There is a voice inside of you
That whispers all day long,
"I feel this is right for me,
I know that this is wrong."
No teacher, preacher, parent, friend
Or wise man can decide
What's right for you--just listen to
The voice that speaks inside."
— Shel Silverstein