Tuesday, December 30, 2008

New Clothes Alert!

Okay, so I got a bit carried away. Fifty-eight different pajamas! Yeah... there should be enough there to please everybody.

I'm so tired of pajamas... you have no idea.

Monday, December 22, 2008

My First Real Age Conversion!

Today I tried making my first age conversion using the repository technique. I thought it would be a simple project. Hah! Actually assigning the existing textures to the mesh wasn't that difficult. But getting the mesh to look decent sure was! I think all the elbows are in the right places now.
I sure hope nobody else has converted these already. I've never seen anything like them, but you never know. In any case, I learned how to do something new. That's always good.

Wednesday, December 10, 2008

New Clothes Alert!

Yeah, I know I said I was going to take a break. But I was tired of seeing my babies in nothing but a diaper. Poor things. So I made some clothes for them.

Friday, December 5, 2008

I'm kind of annoyed at the moment...

Of course, as a creator, we like it when people appreciate the work that we do. But you know what's not appreciated? Criticism. I'm not talking about legitimate things like "the texture looks a little blurry" or "the mesh is kind of choppy when it animates". I'm talking about things like "can you make this with boots instead?" or "I wish you would make more colours of this" or "I don't like the shape of this mesh".

For all those folks who like to download Sims clothing but who don't create it themselves, let me explain something. Making Sims clothing is a time-consuming activity. It's not a matter of finding a photograph of a cute skirt and pasting it onto a mesh in five seconds. If only it were that easy! Most recolouring (especially if it involves new textures, and not just the original texture with a hue adjustment) can take a while. Hours. And when you throw meshing into the equation (especially if the creator in question is not an experienced mesher), the time involved really jumps. You have to create the mesh package, stick together the appropriate parts, make sure all the normals are correct so the mesh looks smooth, make sure all the bone weights and assignments are in the right places so the mesh animates correctly, make sure you create a fat morph (preferably one that doesn't explode), and make sure your Sim's sandals don't make suit-of-armour sounds when she walks. You can't just whip off a mesh and its recolours in an hour. If it's something simple, you might be able to get through it in an afternoon. If it's more complicated, it could take days.

If you don't like something, don't download it. That's simple, isn't it? Just be mindful of what you say when dealing with creators. They've probably worked for a long time on their creations, and to be told (after all of the hours of fighting with MilkShape and SimPE) that their work would be better appreciated if they'd just made this colour or that shape or these shoes is not exactly pleasant. Just be grateful that the creators are willing to share their stuff with you (for free!).

Wednesday, December 3, 2008

New Clothes Alert!

They're up! These are my two entries for the Creator Challenge. Check out the threads for more colours and colour combinations. I hope your Sims enjoy them!

Little Hoodlums Collection for Toddlers @ MTS2

Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Whew! All done!

I finally finished and submitted my main entry for the Creator Challenge at MTS2. It feels good to get that project out of my hair. I think I spent longer on that one than I did on any of my other Sim clothing... with the possible exception of my Back-to-School Collection for Kids. This set I just completed wasn't quite that big... but it did have twenty separate pieces on four new meshes.

I was looking at this post recently and it struck me how many uploads I've submitted to MTS2. There are seventy-five different uploads of various size; some have one dress, while others have a whole set of items. But... seventy-five uploads? Wow. That really makes it look like I have no life, or that I do nothing but make Sim clothes. In reality, it doesn't seem like I've spent that much time being a clothier of small Sims... but the numbers don't lie.

I think maybe I should take a break for a while and let my Sims enjoy what they already have. They're so spoiled...

Monday, December 1, 2008

Tuesday, November 25, 2008

When meshes explode...

... I get annoyed.


I've got a few ideas for the Creator Challenge over at MTS2. But I haven't even gotten past this first mesh yet. *sigh* Why can't Sim kids just stay skinny? Then we wouldn't need fat morphs. (And they wouldn't end up with pixel-clogged arteries, either.)

Saturday, November 22, 2008

Coming Soon...

The picture above is just a sneak preview. It took me all day to get the mesh to work properly. That's the problem with Frankensteining meshes. Child mesh bit + toddler mesh bit = a big mess. The UV mapping alone nearly drove me crazy. But it's working now, and all the elbows are in the right place (yes, this was an issue...).

The next Creator Challenge on MTS2 is going to be kids' stuff. Sounds like it'll be right up my alley!

Friday, November 14, 2008

New Clothes Alert!

These are just some simple pajamas for girls. They're probably more suitable for summer... but it's summer somewhere, right?

Wednesday, November 12, 2008

New Clothes Alert!

I found a way around the blurring, so I decided to take pics and upload these, if only to get them off my hard drive and out of my hair. These have been a rather frustrating project, and I'm still not 100% happy with them, but the nature of alpha meshes means that I may never get them to move exactly the way I want them to.

In any case, I think some of them are kind of fun. And my Sims always like getting new clothes to wear.

Thursday, November 6, 2008

Video card fry-up!

I probably won't be uploading any new Sims clothes for the foreseeable future. My computer (most likely the video card) has decided to choke on me and blur my Sims. Without being able to see the clothing in the game (and take pictures of it), I can't really get it to the point where I feel comfortable with releasing it.

So if you were looking forward to the alpha skirts, I'm sorry! They're on hold for now.

Thursday, October 30, 2008

Coming Soon...

I figured I'd better post this here. Then I'll have a reason to finish this project and get it right!

Coming soon... alpha skirts for girls:

(Picture is for illustrative purposes only. I may or may not release something similar for download.)

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

New Clothes Alert!

I went kind of wild and made lots of these. Sixteen in all! My toddlers usually end up spending most of their time in pajamas anyway, so I thought I'd make some outfits that could double as everyday clothing and sleepwear. They can all be worn by both boys and girls, too.

Saturday, October 18, 2008

New Clothes Alert!

Yeah, I know it's more girls' stuff. I'm drawing a blank when it comes to ideas for boys' clothing. What else is there to do besides recolour t-shirts and jeans?

If anyone has any good ideas for boys' clothing, please don't hesitate to leave them in the comments!

Sunday, October 12, 2008

New Clothes Alert!

I've been in a recolouring sort of mood lately. I just thought some of my previous creations could use more colour variations. There are eight new outfits for boys, plus ten of each of the girls' outfits. Surely your Sim kids can find something to wear in all that!

Thursday, October 2, 2008

Updated Terms of Use

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Monday, September 22, 2008

New Clothes Alert!

These are just some random outerwear recolours for kids. Just in case they don't like dinosaurs or octopuses on their raincoats. Or if they've been bugging you for some purple outerwear like mine have. There are six snowsuits, six raincoats, and six girls' coats.

Saturday, September 13, 2008

New Clothes Alert!

Yay! Now your Sims don't have to wear the fugly Maxis pajamas! (Of course, this isn't the first sleepwear I've made. I've made a few other alternatives to ugliness as well.)

Tuesday, September 9, 2008

New Clothes Alert!

Yep... lots of recolours of my cozy fleece pajama mesh. Well, actually, only the kids' pajamas are on my mesh; the toddler version is just a recolour of the standard toddler pajama mesh from the game. There are twelve recolours of each: red, orange, yellow, green, turquoise, blue, purple, magenta, black with red details, white, army green, and orange with black details.

I've already used the yellow one in my game for a little boy who likes bright yellow. It's not nearly as dainty as the original pastel yellow that I made.

Saturday, September 6, 2008

New Clothes Alert!

Yes, it's been a recolouring sort of Saturday. I thought I would revisit my Boutique Dress mesh for girls (and then I figured I'd better do the recolours for toddlers, too, before people started asking). I also put up some recolours for my Puff Sleeve Top mesh, which is so much easier to recolour now that CatOfEvilGenius fixed the UV mapping in the armpit. I think I'm starting to dislike UV maps as much as fat morphs. Frankensteining meshes usually requires some heavy-duty changes in the UV map. I kind of messed this one up. But it's fixed now. Yay!

Tuesday, September 2, 2008

New Clothes Alert!

The mesh was such a pain that I only felt like making four recolours. But at least I made some pants to go with them. And some plain t-shirts to go with the pants. There are sixteen pieces in all.

Sunday, August 31, 2008

Coming Soon...

This shirt mesh was a pain in the butt. And it's not done yet! I still have to fix the neck (because Maxis didn't). I'm not quite satisfied with the texture, either, but I think it's getting there.

(I'm posting this so I have a reason to finish it. I don't want this one to end up in my "it-would-be-neat-if-I-bothered-to-finish-it-but-I'm-too-lazy-to-perfect-it" folder!)

Saturday, August 30, 2008

New Clothes Alert!

These are just recolours of some of my existing meshes. But there's lots of them! Seventy-two pieces, to be exact. That should be enough to satisfy those demanding Sims!

Sunday, August 17, 2008

New Clothes Alert!

Are they bright enough? I wanted some nice, bright separates for my Sim girls. I also wanted to do something with wild socks. And since I made pleated skirts (erm... I mean kilts) for boys, I wanted to make something pleated for my girls, too. There are sixteen tops and sixteen skirts. That's plenty!

Friday, August 15, 2008

New Clothes Alert!

You know you're getting desperate for ideas when you start making skirts for your boys! Well, to be fair, these are kilts. The challenge was making them not look too girly. Personally, I think male kilts are kind of cool.

Thursday, August 14, 2008

Is the font on my TOU not big enough?

I've come across some folks who, despite my terms of use, decided to use my meshes and package them in their own zips. I'm a little annoyed. It's not that I don't want other people to use my meshes (I do!), but I put my terms on my site for a reason. If people can just download my mesh with your recolours, what incentive is there for downloaders outside of MTS2 to visit my site? Also, I have said no to people who asked very nicely to package my meshes with their recolours; so, to find my meshes packaged elsewhere (without so much as a message to me), makes me look like a hypocritical liar.

Perhaps my terms aren't clear enough... I'll have to think about this. I don't want to seem like a mesh hog but, on the other hand, I don't want people thinking I'm a fickle liar, either.

Monday, August 11, 2008

New Clothes Alert!

I think I went a little overboard. Four styles (boys' swim trunks, girls' swim shorts, girls' bathing suits, and unisex UV suits) and eight colours of each... It's a wonder I didn't dream of toddler swimwear after finishing these!

Sunday, August 10, 2008

Just for the record...

No, I do not take requests. I'm not advanced enough to tackle some of the things that people ask for, and I have enough on my own to-do list to keep me very busy!

And no, I will not be making teen/young adult/adult/elder versions of any of my clothes. If you want to give it a try, go right ahead (keeping in mind my terms of use, of course). My focus is on making clothes for kids and toddlers, as those age groups have been somewhat neglected by Maxis from the beginning.

New Clothes Alert!

I had to make these for toddlers, too. They look so cozy. They come in eight colours, just like the kids' version. Sleep tight!

Saturday, August 9, 2008

Meshing Tidbits

I'm a fair newcomer to the world of meshing. I've been making recolours for a few years, but it got to the point where I was tired of recolouring that Maxis girls' dress. I couldn't find the custom meshes I wanted, either. So I figured it was time to learn. Little did I know how frustrating it would be in the beginning.

I've learned a few things since that I wish I had known from the outset. It would have saved me a lot of aggravation (and a few tears of frustration) had I known. So I thought I'd share some of the things I've learned.

1. Toddler meshes are, in some ways, easier to make. Why? There's no fat morph to deal with. Unfortunately, if (like me) you make your meshes from cobbling together parts from other meshes, there's not a lot to work with. Maxis really didn't include enough toddler clothes.

2. Take advantage of SimPE's tools. Once I found out about this one, my mesh-making really took off. I'd been following the beginner meshing tutorial on MTS2 and, as excellent as it is (I couldn't have learned without it!), it hasn't been updated in a while. When I followed the tutorial, I'd always get stuck on the part where you have to gather together the four files to create the new mesh. Invariably, I'd mess something up and the mesh wouldn't work. But I was informed that the new version of SimPE has an extractor tool. All you have to do is enter the filename and it will gather the four necessary files for you. I've made most (if not all) of my meshes with this method, and they actually work. It's a huge time-saver.

3. Fat morphs suck. Okay, well, they don't really suck, but they're kind of a pain to make. I've learned a few things about fat morphs:
  • If you're making a full body and you're making a lot of changes to the mesh (replacing body parts, moving vertices a lot, etc.), it's probably easiest to make your fat morph after you've finished with the regular mesh.
  • If you're making separates, always do the regular mesh and the fat morph at the same time. Why? Because you need those to line up with all the other separates. You can't just go pulling vertices willy-nilly and expect everything to line up. When I made my first separates, I ran into this problem. I'd only made the regular mesh, and needed to make the fat morph afterward (this is how the tutorial suggests you do it). With separates, though, it's not that easy. My mesh actually exploded.

4. Sometimes meshes explode and there's nothing you can do about it (see above). That's the fat morph shown in the picture. I had to remake it (obviously).

5. Just because it came with the game doesn't mean it's perfect. I've come across a few glitches in Maxis meshes, both in the mesh itself and in the UV map. Oh, and let's not forget the time I spent too much time wracking my brain, trying to fix a mesh... when it was the Maxis skintone that had the line on it!

6. Downloaders will always want the age groups you didn't make. Ah, well. Such is life. I guess I'm off to make some fleece pajamas for toddlers!

Friday, August 8, 2008

New Clothes Alert!

I wasn't kidding when I said they'd be coming soon! I did make some changes, though. The sleeves weren't quite right and their UV map was all weird, so I replaced them. I like the look of these better, anyway.

Coming Soon...

Wednesday, August 6, 2008

New Clothes Alert!

Today I finally added some more clothes for boys. Most of the stuff I've made is for girls (because, let's face it, girls' clothes are just more fun). Once I got the mesh issues sorted out, though, I had fun making these.

Tuesday, August 5, 2008

Lots o' Links

None of my Sims clothing is available to download here. It's all at Mod the Sims, though, so head on over there and check it out! I'll be updating this post as I move forward.

Newest creations in each section are listed first. Some of the older stuff isn't that great, but I'll include it here anyway. And no, I will not be making teen, adult, or elder versions of any of my clothing. There are plenty of great clothes for those age groups already.

Female Child:

When Life Gives You Lemons... (hat)
Walking on Sunshine
Winter Skirts
Lots of Long-Sleeved Tops
Snickerdoodle Separates
Holly Jolly Jammies
Upper Crust Separates for Girls
Northern Lights Separates for Girls
On the Fringe
Sporty Pants for Girls
Sloppy Sweaters for Girls
A Winter Walk
The Celebration Variations for Kids
School Dresses
Sneakers & Sundresses
You Snooze, You Lose!
Prairie Jane
Twisted Tween Dresses
Fortune Cookie
Workout Wear with Sneakers for Girls
Comfy Shorts & Sandals
Logos & Sashes & Bows (Oh, My!)
TSS Hairbands for Girls
The Petite Party Dress
Truncated Trousers with Tights
Zip It!
Rough-Hewn Jewels
Lalalime Yoga Wear for Kids
Jolly Holiday for Kids
Betwixt & Between
Buoyant Boleros
Floral Skinny Jeans & Turtlenecks
Retro Ruffle Dresses
Denim & Lace - Summer Separates for Girls
Prim & Polished
Summer Nighties for Girls
Flippin' Fabulous
Oh, My Goodness!
Tween-tastic Dresses
Gathered-Strap Dresses for Girls
The Hive
Attic Treasures
Raucous Rompers
Peasant Blouses - Floral Recolours
Free Spirit Separates for Girls
Sock Hop
Surf's Up Swimwear for Kids
Silk Bubble Dresses
Tie-Strap Tanks
Peasant Blouses
Butterfly Tops & Denim Leggings
Bolero Jacket & Jeans
Dress & Bolero
Wool Dress Coats for Girls
Argyle Hoodie Outfits - Recolours
Hip Halters & Cool Cargo Crops
Summer Jumpers with Sneakers
Tanks and Knickerbockers with Bows
Flowered Hoodies & Tiered Skirts
Little Leotards
Wee Wahines
A Trio of Dresses
Skinny Jeans for Girls
Ruffle Tops & Leggings
Summer Outfits for Girls
Ruffled Swimsuits
Cardigans with Jeans
Snow Bunny Pajamas
Argyle Hoodie Outfits
Winter Separates for Girls
Holiday Formals for Kids & Toddlers
Everyday Hoodie Dresses for Girls
Basic Hoodies in Two Styles for Girls
Autumn Mix & Match
Bell Sleeve Dresses
Parkas & Duck Boots
Fancypants - Play Clothes for Girls
Little Miss Tough Stuff
Summer Showers - Trenchcoats for Girls
A Burst of Brightness - Separates for Girls
Sweet 'n' Sassy Summer Sundresses
Babes in Dreamland - Babydoll Nighties for Girls
Basic Bathing Suits for Little Bathing Beauties
Itty Bitty Bollywood
Playful Pinafores & Pants - Part 2
Playful Pinafores & Pants
Fun Fur Jackets & Jeans
Figure Skating Costumes for Girls
Swing Tops with Leggings & Sandals
Maxis Flower Hats for Little Girls
Candy-Coloured Trenchcoats for Girls
Polo Shirts & Shorts for Girls
Flower Jumpers with Boots
Gingham & Cherries Swimsuits for Girls
Tiered Velvet Dresses for Girls
Gelato Collection for Girls
Babydoll Pajamas for Girls
Alpha Skirts for Girls
Girls' Vest Outfits
Cropped Cardigans for Girls
Layered Outfits for Girls - Recolours
Smocked Dresses for Girls - Recolours
Princess Nighties for Girls
Puff Sleeve Tops for Girls (with coordinating separates) - Recolours
Boutique Dresses for Girls and Toddlers - Recolours
Puff Sleeve Tops for Girls (with coordinating separates)
Ruffled Separates for Girls - Recolours
Pleats & Polos Collection for Girls
Ruffled Skirts & Halter Tops for Girls
Ruffled Separates for Girls
Shirts with Bows for Girls
Boutique Dresses for Girls
Nighty-Night Nightie Collection
Capri Outfits for Girls
T-Shirt & Skirt Outfits for Girls
Sweater & Skirt Set for Girls
Bolero Sweater & Dress Outfits for Girls
Pullover Sweaters for Girls
Cardigan Sweater Outfits for Girls
Eyelet Skirt & Boots Outfit for Girls
Layered Wrap Dresses for Girls
Aloha Collection for Girls
Smocked Dresses for Girls
Girls' Swim Shorts
Black & White Collection for Girls
Girls' Layered Top
Girls' T-Shirt & Shorts
Denim & Bubblegum Collection for Girls
Three-Button Dress & Bike Shorts
Smocked Sundresses for Girls
Strappy Summer Sundresses
Halter Dresses for Girls
Sporty Halter Dresses
Bunny Sundress & Bike Shorts
Pick a Peck of Party Dresses
Summer Pajamas for Girls
Lace & Stripes Pajamas
"Best Friends" Halter Tops
Strawberry Garland Party Dress
Polka-Dot Swimsuits
Polka-Dots & Flowers Dress
Layered Floral Dress

Male Child:

Polyester Parade
When Life Gives You Lemons... (hat)
Lots of Long-Sleeved Tops
Holly Jolly Jammies
Equalization Separates for Boys
Geeky Little Guys
The Celebration Variations for Kids
The Cashmere Kids
The Preppy Crew
Lots of Pockets
Workout Wear with Sneakers for Boys
The Ceiling Fan-Swinging, Manhole-Dwelling Yoga Llama
Lots More Layered Tops
Simple Sweater Outfits
Lots of Layered Tops
Slim Jeans with Boots for Boys
Talkin' 'Bout My Generation
Lalalime Yoga Wear for Kids
Jolly Holiday for Kids
Playground Hazard
The Dazzling Naught
Boys of Summer
Negative 81
Convergence of Polarities
Just Like My Big Brother
Skater Boys
Surf's Up Swimwear for Kids
Untucked Polo Shirts for Boys
Need for Speed
Polos with Shorts & Sneakers
Professor Pipsqueak
Summer Outfits for Boys
Sporty Shorts for Sporty Shorties
Snow Bunny Pajamas
Little Dudes
Holiday Formals for Kids & Toddlers
Boys' Puffy Vests
Sport Pants & Boots for Boys
Boys' Boxers
Basic Hoodies in Two Styles for Boys
A Herd of Happy Hip-Hoppers
Preppy Peeps - Casual Outfits for Boys
Terrific Trunks for Boisterous Boys
Spring Hoodies with Jeans for Boys
Trenchcoats with Jeans for Boys
Cool Casuals for Boys
Boys' Tank & Shorts - Recolours
MUGs and Tees for Boys
Polo Shirts & Cropped Cargo Pants for Boys
Luau Collection for Boys
Lacuscular Llama Swim Trunks for Boys
Boys' Layered Top
Boys' Tank & Shorts

Unisex Child:

When Life Gives You Lemons... (outfit)
Much Maxis
Let's Get Fit!
Little Green Thumbs
Winter Wetsuits
Jackets & Jeans with Snuggly Scarves
Mini Mystics
Little Lumberjacks
Wee Wizards
More Not-So-Tacky Tracksuits
A Bundle of Bathrobes
Fortune Cookie
Just Jackets for Kids
Dreaming of Deliciousness
Lots of Layered Tops
Wee Willie Winkie
The Proliferative Passel of Pajamas
V-Neck Sweaters for Kids
Go Fish!
Cropped Pants with Deck Shoes for Kids
Critter Tees for Kids
Let's Snooze S'more
The Hippity Hat
Short-Sleeved Hoodies & Cargo Pants for Kids
The Hive
Team Plumb-bob versus Team Llama - Redux
Marshmallow Pajamas for Kids
Feelin' Groovy
Tiny Tailcoats
Loose Pants with Sandals
Argyle Sweaters & Jeans
Plumb-bob PJs for Kids
Cozy Wool Pea Coats for Kids
Not-So-Tacky Tracksuits
Sheepish Flannel Pajamas
Dreams of the Orient
Pipsqueak Overalls
Bunny Slippers for Kids
Summer Overalls for Kids
Mini Chefs
Tracksuits for Kids
Wet 'n' Wild Swimwear for Kids
Dapper Duds for Little Dudes & Dudettes
Spring Into Spring Collection for Kids
Young Aviators & Aviatrixes
Vest & Jeans Outfits
Young Yogis & Yoginis - Athletic Wear for Kids
Basic Boxers for Kids
The Pajama Posse - Sleepwear for Kids
Pullover Hoodies for Kids
Outerwear for Kids - Recolours
Fleece Pajamas for Kids - Recolours
Fleece Pajamas for Kids
Back-to-School Collection for Kids
Bushels of Bunnies Pajamas for Kids
Funny Bunny Sleepwear for Kids

Female Toddler:

Puff-Sleeve Onesies
The Celebration Variations for Toddlers
Springy Sims
Raucous Rompers for Toddlers
Petite Pleats
Tied With a Bow
Jolly Holiday for Toddlers
Bubble Shorts & Blouses
Crossover Smocks
Rainbow Rodeo
Toddler Togs for Tepid Temperatures
Snow Bunny Pajamas
Tiny Tanks for Tots
Holiday Formals for Kids & Toddlers
Long-Sleeved Rompers for Toddler Girls
Le Pique-Nique - Drop-Waisted Dresses for Toddlers
Roomy Rompers for Toddler Girls
Lacy Toddler Dresses
Ruffle Tops with Shorts & Sandals for Toddler Girls
Maxis Flower Hats for Little Girls
Smocked Dresses for Toddlers
Boutique Dresses for Girls and Toddlers - Recolours
Boutique Dresses for Toddlers
Toddler Bubble Outfits
Sweetheart & Daisy Toddler Sundresses

Male Toddler:

Sorta Summery
Polo Onesies
The Celebration Variations for Toddlers
Springy Sims
Polos for Pipsqueaks
Jolly Holiday for Toddlers
Midday in Madras
Just Like My Big Brother
Little Cowboys
Snow Bunny Pajamas
Layered Tops for Little Lads
Holiday Formals for Kids & Toddlers
Long-Sleeved Rompers for Toddler Boys
Rumbustious Rompers for Toddler Boys

Unisex Toddler:

Just Jackets for Toddlers
Comfy Cozy
Little Critters
Puss in Booties
Plumb-bob PJs for Toddlers
Sheepish Flannel Pajamas for Toddlers
Biblets for Niblets
Jacket & Shorts Outfit
Bunnybutts Tees for Toddlers
Wet 'n' Wild Swimwear for Toddlers
Two-Piece Pajamas for Toddlers
Team Plumb-bob versus Team Llama
Little Hoodlums Collection for Toddlers
Tetrachromatic Toddler Outfits
Toddler Overalls for Boys and Girls
Fleece Pajamas for Toddlers - Recolours
Toddlers' Swimwear Collection
Fleece Pajamas for Toddlers
Striped Rompers for Toddlers
Teddies for Toddlers Collection
Toddlers' Swing Tops
Toddler Casuals
Tons-of-Fun Toddler Outfits

Unisex Infant:

Bearly Bodysuits
Small Sleepers for the Smallest Sleepers
Little Bear Baby Outfits
Maxis Match Baby Outfits
Little Llama Baby Outfits