The American Academy of Pediatrics has published a list of recommended spinning chairs that are safe for babies and parents.
The list includes a pair of circular chairs called the Panchromatic and the Roundabout that can be used for infants to help with spinning.
A spokesperson for the AAP said the circular chairs have been around for some time and have become increasingly popular.
But the guidelines say that babies should only use the circular chair if they are well-prepared to use them and that babies must not be forced to use the chair, even if it is uncomfortable for them.
The Panchramatic is meant for babies with a head circumference of at least 18 inches and the roundabout is meant to be used only by babies who have a head size of at most 10 inches.
The AAP guidelines say if a child is not comfortable using the circular or roundabout, the AAP recommends a baby seat that is at least 2 inches in diameter and that the seat should be at least 1 foot (305 centimeters) wide and 2 inches deep.
The guidelines also recommend that babies who use the roundtable be in a crib with a rocking chair that is wide enough for their head to be comfortably upright.
The American Academy also recommends that parents be careful not to place too much pressure on the child’s head when they are lying down.
The guidelines say the head should be comfortably resting on the shoulders and back, and that there should be no more than about a 1-inch gap between the baby and the pillow.
The experts at the AAP recommended the use of a seat that will be able to accommodate the baby’s head and shoulders.
The recommendations come as some parents are calling for parents to use a rocking bed instead of a circular chair when they have a baby who has a smaller head circumference than average.
The pediatrician says the recommendations don’t necessarily mean parents should be giving up their baby’s sitting position.
“They are not the same thing.
It’s not the kind of thing where it’s a decision between you and the baby.
It is the kind that is a decision about how you feel, how you want to care for your baby,” Dr. Nancy O’Brien said.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.