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Same Great Store + More! Pt.1

Same Great Store + More! Pt. 1

Don't you love Kyds? Well image the Kyds you know and love, plus more! You heard me right, Kyds has added more brands to the list! These brands are all of the rave! We know you'll love them just as much as we do!

Here is the first list of new brands Kyds has added!

Tiny Whales

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Freshly Picked

Freshly Picked Baby Moccasins

Genuine leather baby moccs. #ForEveryStep. As seen on ABC's Shark Tank.

Bailey's Blossoms

"Bailey's Blossoms" launched in 2009 and was strictly hair accessories at first. Shortly after came the tutus, tutu costumes and birthday sets. Now, 5 more kids later, (4 of which are boys!), we've added superhero capes, and other daddy-approved accessories and clothing for your little man, while ever expanding our girls line of clothing, shoes, and other fabulous accessories!


At Egg we love – love. I wanted to create a brand that embraced the bond between parents and their children. The name “Egg” is inspired by each child’s great potential. All eggs might look the same on the outside, but inside lays infinite possibilities.

Pink Chicken

Stacey Fraser created Pink Chicken in Amagansett, New York. Taking a break from corporate life and finding her footing as a new mother, Stacey used her daughter's nap time to sew clothes from the fabrics she'd collected over the years. There were baskets of pattern on pattern - bright block prints, Indian cottons, American vintage, all of them so perfectly mismatched. She whipped up little sundresses for her daughters, tunics for herself, simple dressing for each. These were clothes that went from beach to barbecue, park to playdate; with a day-into-dinner kind of ease, they solved practically every get-dress dilemma. Clothes to create in, clothes to explore in.


Vintage inspired clothing since 2007. You can find the rad stuff here!


Nookums® Paci-Plushies® are lovingly designed and brought to you by a mother of four pacifier loving little ones. Exhausted by constantly disappearing or misplaced pacifiers, creator Stacy Dallman sought out a solution to keep her babies pacifiers in sight and close at hand at all times.