- MATERIAL - 100% Cotton, Sweater Knit Construction
- SUPER SOFT & BREATHABLE - Crafted with baby’s comfort in mind, it is one of the softest blanket on Amazon.
- LIGHTWEIGHT YET THERMAL WARM - Weighs 0.53 Lbs / Piece, it is sure to be one of baby’s favorite blankets in wardrobe. Not too heavy, Not too thin. Warm enough to keep your baby cozy and comfortable. No risks of overheating. Suitable for all seasons/climates, especially summer bedtimes
- GROW-UP BABY BLANKET (STRETCHY) - Not Too Big, Not Too Small. Measuring 30 by 40 inches, it is large enough for swaddling or cuddling. Multi used as receiving blanket, swaddling blanket, stroller blanket or burp cloth. Great baby shower gift for boys or girls
- Tight weave won't snag little fingers,and the soft fabric will not hurt the baby.Durable and machine washable.
I bought this for my 2 year old daughter for Christmas as a new baby blanky since her original baby blanky is getting a little bit small for her.. She loves it! it is SO soft and feels like it is really good quality material. She loves to carry it around all over the place and snuggle with it during nap time. I wish it was just a little bigger.. it's kind of small for the price, but it is super cozy and bigger than her old one so I can't complain because I do think it is worth the $ when it comes to good quality.
These are amazing. The hype is for a good reason. Even my husband said he'd put them on a top five list of things you need for a newborn. We used them all the time and washed them regularly even though we had eight in total. We used them for burp cloths, swaddles, car seat covers (in one layer—don't fold or your baby could overheat), and even play mats. More than anything else, we used them to clean up A LOT of spit up (we were blessed with a baby who liked to make a mess). Oh, and in a pinch, our daughter even liked to play with and suck on these blankets.
As a side note, we were gifted a pack of smaller, similar towels of a different brand and—while they weren't as good for swaddling as our baby got bigger—they were not that different (in case you need to save a buck).