Mason is on the move and he is crawling faster than ever. Therefore when a pair of Crawlings knee pads arrived for review, I put them on him immediately. These knee pads are made of cotton, rayon and a hint of spandex. They are soft and comfortable for Mason to wear. I love the vents on the back of the knees which allows freedom of movement as well as air flow during these hot summer months. The Crawlings knee pads are one size - 3"x5.5" - and can be used from 6 months to 3 years!
Although the elasticized band on the top and bottom of the knee pad isn't super thick, it stays put when Mason crawls around. Only when he attempts to climb up the stairs does it budge a bit. The unique part of the Crawlings knee pads is that the center of the pad is a flexible cushion that keeps your little one's knees safe against rough surfaces. Can you imagine how tore up wee knees can get when crawling outside? These are also easily machine washed and dried. The L and R knee pads are just adorable and keep Mason from having scratches and protecting him from unnecessary abrasions. There are many designs to choose from that are unique and fun to fit your child's personality.
Kenzie is turning out to be a girly girl with an attitude. The Adelaide ponytail holder she received for review fits her spunk perfectly. Adelaide offers fun, quality hair accessories for gals that are just scrumptious. The Liberty of London Oak Leaf & Acorn Double Ponytail holder is sweet.
The function reminds me of the large plastic balls that my mother used to put in my hair when I was little. Not as chic as the Adelaide of course. Kenzie just adores her new ponytail holder and would much rather play with it than put it in her hair. Since Kenzie doesn't have that much hair, it slips out a bit but the Adelaide hair clips and hairbands would probably fair better with her hair.
Buy It: You can purchase the Crawlings knee pads for $22 each and the Adelaide Liberty of London Oak Leaf & Acorn Double Ponytail holder for $24.
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