Baby Knee Pads

Summertime Discount!

10 July, 2014 0 comments Leave a comment

Receive 15% off your entire order from now through July 13, 2014!

Enter discount code FUNINTHESUN during checkout!

Lil' Melon Product Review!

06 May, 2014 0 comments Leave a comment

Here is a Lil’ Melon product review done by Meredith from Say Hola Lola! As parents too, we can definitely relate to this blog and thrilled Lola is happy and bruise free!


Go check out this great blog and review!


There is also a Lil Melon giveaway! Visit Say Hola Lola for details!


01 April, 2014 0 comments Leave a comment

Discount time!

Receive a special discount good for today only by entering discount code, SPRING14 during checkout!

Have a wonderful day!


30 January, 2014 0 comments Leave a comment

Tomorrow is the last day! Don't forget to enter to win a pair of FREE baby knee pads!

Promotion ends Friday, January 31, 2014 at 6 PM PST!


Click link below to enter!


Good Luck!

January Giveaway Promotion!

21 January, 2014 0 comments Leave a comment


Don't miss out on a FREE pair!


Promotion ends Friday, January 31, 2014 at 6 PM PST!


Click link below to enter!


Good Luck!

Lil' Melon Product Review

17 September, 2013 0 comments Leave a comment

There are so many great parent bloggers out there and Parents and The City is one of them.

We love their insightful and witty blogs that everyday mommies can relate to.

Diana from Parents and The City has recently reviewed our baby knee pads.

Click here read her honest review.  Thank you Diana!



August Giveaway Promotion

14 August, 2013 0 comments Leave a comment


For those of you who have missed out on our June Giveaway Promotion, here's another chance to win a FREE pair of our Lil' Melon baby knee pads.
Click Here To Enter

Our August Promotion will last until August 30th, 2013 (Friday).

Good luck everyone! :)

Tummy Time is Good Time!

08 July, 2013 0 comments Leave a comment

Some parents are anxious about their baby not crawling.  But, did you know that some babies just go straight to toddling and walking? There appears to be no scientific study that links not crawling to any negative outcomes.  However, giving your baby some tummy time will help your baby build upper-body strength and natural practice crawling time.  On her tummy, a baby will lift her head which strengthens the neck and upper back muscle.  Experts say that this will help reduce the risk of SIDS because strong muscles can help your baby turn away from getting smothered. 

Tummy time also gives your baby a chance to explore the world with a new perspective. Of course, remember to give your baby tummy time during the day with supervision.  If you see your baby active during tummy time, it's a good time to get a pair of lil' melon baby knee pads.  Whether your baby will crawl or go straight to walking, the knee pads will help her safely explore the world.  

Lil' Melon baby knee pads are not just for crawling.  In fact, the founder first designed them for her 10-months-old baby who fell on her knees frequently when she started walking.  Our baby knee pads are perfect during the summer, when you want to help your baby explore the outdoors.  Let your baby explore the beautiful colors and textures of our world without getting bruises and nicks. 


13 June, 2013 0 comments Leave a comment

We are excited to announce our first 2013 Summer Free Giveaway!

It's so easy to enter.  Anyone who likes us on Facebook are eligible to enter!

Click here to enter!

Two lucky winners will each win a pair of free stylish Lil' Melon Baby Knee Pads.

Shipping is free, too!

Enter by June 19 and have a chance to win for your baby or as a gift.


New Website & Vulnerability

01 June, 2013 0 comments Leave a comment

We now have a website with a blog!

I started Lil' Melon baby knee pads when my daughter was about a year old and now she is almost seven! She's not a chubby toddling baby anymore and has grown into a beautiful, vivacious, and funny little character. I have to say that she's not the only one who's made strides of growth.  Being a mom takes you through a whirlwind of emotions and thoughts where you are left with oscillating feelings between doubt and pride as a parent.  

I used to ruminate over people's critical comments and failed to turn them into constructive, positive processes. I was stuck and unkind to myself.  But, my daughter's fantastical wonderings about the world helped me see the world in a fresh new perspective.  And in the process, I've learned that I truly matter in this world and it's okay to be vulnerable.  I know this new website is not exactly the best looking site, but it does the job and I put a lot of work into it.  Any comments, I would gladly take it in as helpful feedbacks.

Here is a wonderful TedTalk by Brené Brown about vulnerability.