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The Hospital Box is a fully customizable system for sending a care package to a sick loved one. No one likes to be sick, especially if it requires a hospital stay. Creating a personalized care package can go a long way in cheering up your loved one.
What is in The Hospital Box?
Each kit comes with 3 drawstring bags to store treats and mementos: “Open when you get this”, “Open when you feel bored” and “Open when you need a hug”. There are also 21 stickers you can use to decorate the box. They are super cute in both bandage and heart themes. I love this kit for my nephew. Brayden is a very medically fragile child and has either been in the hospital or having way too many surgeries in his young life of age 8. I live out of state so I can’t go and visit him when he’s ill. I also struggle to come up with ideas of what I can send to keep him not only occupied but to let him know I’m thinking of him. The cloth drawstring bags help my creative juices flowing of the types of things I can send for him.
I love that the entire kit can be turned into a box for the recipient if they are local. Unfortunately, I have to mail Brayden his care package all the time. My sister can put the bags away and bring them out for when he’s in the hospital as well. They have a lot of family and friends that support them and try to cheer Brayden up with little gifts. She can fill these bags up with items to always keep up his spirits (although he’s a happy child and never complains) so that he always has something new to explore and play with. Who in your life would benefit from The Hospital Box?