The dark blue and white arrows blanket with the one word mantra "strong" in handwriting font makes a wonderful inspirational gift to help your loved one. Since it's a dark blue with the strong presence of the white arrows, it makes a wonderful gift for him. Your dad or husband will feel like you are helping to keep them warm even when you can't be there.
This also makes a wonderful baby boy gift. Cute blankets are a new mom staple. They are used for everythuing from keeping baby toasty warm in the stroller, to being used as a changing pad, to cleaning up that inevitable spitup. Moms can never have too many blankets and this one is ultra soft and cozy, so it is sure to become a favorite. As baby grows, he or she can take it to daycare and preschool as a naptime blanket with which to snuggle. The micro fleece is soft like minky fabric and even the small size will keep them warm until well into early childhood. Having the strong mantra will help reinforce what we want to teach our little ones. Even when life gets tough, you are strong.
If you have a loved one that is undergoing chemotherapy for cancer treatment, then this is a good blanket to help them as well. It is super soft, so it will feel comfortable on sensitive skin. It is toasty warm, but also thin enough to fit easily in a tote bag to take to chemo.
Still haven’t received it my daughter has cancer bought it for treatment days
Hi Tyler - I'm sorry to hear you had some trouble with your package. The tracking number shows that this was delivered at your door on December 18th. I just sent you an email so we can help you resolve this issue. Thank you.
This was a gift to a family member going through cancer treatment. They were very touched by it and said it was beautiful.
Bought it for a family friend who is going through chemotherapy treatments. She loves it!
My daughter loves her new blanket. It’s so soft and the design is so her. She has been using it every night to sleep with!
This is a lovely, soft blanket I got as a gift to my Mom for taking with her to chemo and when resting at home. I live in another state so am not able to help with her care very often. Fortunately my sisters and Dad can help her and I gave this blanket as my way to be there when I can not be.