Rocking chair nursery are a very practical accessory for the first months of life of the newborn. However, sometimes questions arise about which one to choose or when to start using them and when to stop using them. Do you have it clear? Rocking for a baby is a padded chair that usually leans and swings to place the toddler in his first months of life, when he is still not crawling or walking. In addition, it has a restraint system using a harness or belt so that the baby cannot fall or slip from it.
Rocking chair nursery is very practical because, unlike the crib, the little one can see what happens around him when he uses it and feels more integrated in the activity of the family; while mom and dad are calm and relaxed knowing that he is safe in it. You may have heard that you can only put the baby in rocking chair baby when he has a couple of months and he already holds his head by himself.
This is not entirely accurate, because most hammocks can be used from zero months . Keep in mind that a rocking chair nursery is not a chair or a highchair: in the hammock, the baby is inclined (not seated), so that his head is supported on the back and neck does not have to hold all the time.