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    AmyF @AmyF

    Ahhh…fun!! I can’t wait to see the new designs!

    Spring Break

    April Showers

    Anchors Away

    Bon Voyage

    I’ll be back with more!

    juliamom2009 @juliamom2009

    Drizzle Days Rainjacket?

    beachmom @beachmom

    Coming up with names is not a strength of mine but I still want to join in!:)

    Spring Slicker

    Spring Showers

    Rainy Day Mackintosh

    Splash Raincoat

    Outer Banks Dress



    Garden Party


    Tamara @justsewit

    Ok here goes ….

    Splish splosh splash raincoat

    Out and about raincoat

    Rainy weather raincoat (really original that one!!!)

    Puddle jumping (we have a book in Australia called “I can Jump Puddles” – inspiration from that)

    Drip drop Raincoat

    For some reason I’m thinking of “the good ship lollipop” for the dress however I know that would be too long – and wierd!

    On the river dress?

    Ahoy Dress

    Sandcastle dress (I like this one alot!)

    cast away dress

    First mate dress

    Gondola ride dress

    On the Pier

    Gone fishing

    chasing waves (we run after the water coming in on the shore this is what I mean)

    Liesel I have a question about the top, is it one that is strictly casual or can it be dressed up?

    Kite flying skorts and top

    Garden Party

    Spring Meadows

    Picking flowers

    Daisy chain

    In the garden

    Nicole @motherof5

    Beach Walk dress

    Craft Time(Or Making Time) skorts and top

    Nicole @motherof5

    Promenade Dress,Jetty Stroll Dress(Pier Stroll)?

    daisygirl78 @daisygirl78

    Hmm…not sure if it’s too late, but here are a few ideas/inspiration words off the top of my head:

    Sandpiper, Lighthouse, Mud Puddle, City Slicker, Earthworm (too gross??), Seedling, Warm Earth, Pinwheel, Butterfly, Crocus, Sunshine, Blooming, Hyacinth, Tulip, Kite Flying, Hummingbird, Ponytail, Rainbow, Bicycle Ride, Four-Leaf Clover

    JohannaO @JohannaO

    Sun Showers-Rain Coat

    Whoops-a-Daisy Skorts (thinking of my daughter hanging upside down)

    Tamara @justsewit

    I thought of something else … do you guys have sports days at school?

    Sports day skorts

    Carnival or at the Fair


    Bookworm skorts – just for something a little unusual.

    Lighthouse would be a good one for the dress.

    Emily @Emily

    For the raincoat: Count me in as another vote for “Puddle Jumping.” When it rains here in Seattle, we actually dress up E in a raincoat and boots and go outside to jump in puddles – she sees that it’s raining and asks if she can go puddle jumping!

    For the top/skort:

    Monkey Bars

    School House


    Run Around

    Board Game

    Summer Vacation

    For the dress:




    First Mate

    Ship Shape

    Sarvi @Sarvi

    Seahorse Sundress, to totally confuse everyone.

    Shortstop Skort/Top?

    Singin’ in the Rain(coat)!

    Tamara @justsewit

    Boardwalk! THAT’S the word I was trying to think of (think beaches/ Bette Midler – now I’m really showing my age!!!)

    Sarvi that’s very clever!! Singin’ in the rain – coat! Love it!

    Sandcastle dress sounds grand. That or Boardwalk.

    What about Treehouse or Playhouse skorts? Just thought of that. We call them cubby houses but we understand the different terms mean the same.

    Or Hide and seek? bit of a play on words there – hiding the shorts part of the skorts – though not seeking anything!!

    juliamom2009 @juliamom2009

    Puddle Jumping….if anyone else’s child watches Peppa Pig, their favorite thing to do is “jump in muddy puddles”…..a Puddle Jumping anything would be great!

    meleliza @meleliza

    A skirt! How exciting! The name must be something about monkey bars and being able to hang upside down. That’s what they ere for when I was little. I second the boardwalk idea for the nautical dress.

    Justsewit, we don’t have sports day in the US. Gym class is a regular part of the curriculum and schools have their own sports teams for regular games. My husband had sports day growing up in the UK, but we don’t do it like that.

    Liesl Gibson

    I knew you’d be full of great ideas! I’m adding these to my list that I’ll be drawing from for the next seasons, too, so even the ideas that we didn’t use this time may be used down the road. Thanks for all your suggestions. You’re full of creativity!

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