What started out as a project for a few of her daughter's friends has grown into a social-media movement for Shauna Groenewold.
The mom and webmaster for the Department of Education in Lincoln, Neb., began making baby blankets eight years ago for girls who also happened to be pregnant high schoolers. Because the girls' experience was "scary and hard" and because they hadn't received any handmade gifts, according to Today.com, Groenewold took it upon herself to change that.
But Groenewold didn't stop there—and that's how #100BlanketsOfLove got its start.
She has since made 70 blankets for family, friends, co-workers and people she has met via social media, according to the site.