The prone sleep is linked to 10 infant deaths over the past four years.
Friday afternoon, the Consumer Product Safety Commission and Fisher-Price said the parents should stop using all the models of the product when the children are three months old or as soon as the baby can roll over.
All 10 infants were three months or older.
All the deaths occurred when babies rolled on their side or in their stomachs.
The victims also did not get excited in the selenium.
More information from CPSC.