About Us


At Wildy Co. we design and produce ethically made kids clothes, including all the staples your kids need. We'll make it simple for you to find great children's clothes online and a no-brainer for your wild ones to get dressed!  

We want the experience you have with Wildly Co. to be an opportunity for you to engage as a family. Celebrate with your kids when the big, golden bag stuffed with brand new clothes arrives at your doorstep. Let your wild ones do a fashion show for you, snap a picture of them, and tell them how great they look! These times are great for memory-making and showing your kids unconditional love.


Wildly Co. designs, produces, screen prints, and packages ethically made kids clothes in the USA. So, you might be wondering what exactly does "ethically made" mean? At Wildly Co., "ethically made" is defined by: fair labor practices, empowering women, fair trade, giving campaigns, and creating sustainable jobs. Additionally, we hold that same standard with every supplier we have relationships with. Ethically made, for us, really means there’s no part of our business or process we will hide from our customers.  It means the products we make and sell will not be made based on the hardship of another family.  

Wildly Co. Design
Production Partner,
Opportunity Threads
Wildly Co. production

Wildly Co. screen printing
Screen Printing Partner,
The Art Press
Wildly Co shipping



In 2014, Mike and Hayley Morgan founded Wildly Co. to *truly* be a family business…to both bless families and to actively involve their entire family. Mike, formerly with a global corporation, would start with strategy, production and screen printing, Hayley, blogger at The Tiny Twig and co-founder of The Influence Network, would design each product, and their kids Noah, Cooper, Asher, and Eli would stuff candy in each package.

These days, the design and production of Wildly Co. products spans from Los Angeles, where fabrics are chosen, to North and South Carolina where the products are created, and back home to our headquarters in Indianapolis where the products come full-circle from design, to screen printing, to packaging. At each step we are mindful of fair labor practices, empowering women, creating sustainable jobs, and most importantly, putting others first.


To grow something together for good: your good, our kids good, and mostly God's good. We invite you to join us in this journey, we simply can't do it without you.

The Wildly Co. Team

Mike - Wildly Co.
Mike - CEO
Joined April, 2014
Location: Indianapolis, IN
Favorite Saturday morning cartoon?
I count Daniel Tiger as one my own children. Also, one Saturday morning, my son referred to Bob Ross as the greatest painter to ever live.

What do you want to be when you grow up?
I want to live a story worth telling to my kids. I want to hold a lot of little babies.  I want to jump into water from really high places.  I want to know what its like to go really fast and also to be really still.  I want to watch my sons walk down the aisle with the woman they will love forever.
Hayley - Wildly Co.
Hayley - Creative Director
Joined April, 2014

Location: Indianapolis, IN
Arts and Crafts or Recess? 
This feels like a non-issue to me. obviously, crafts trump kickball every single day of the week.
What do you want to be when you grow up?
A mom of boys and leader of women. So far, I’m four for four on the boys part. I want to build a lakehouse and write a lot of books. I want to create a nest that my boys want to come home to after they leave. I want the margin to rest and dream up big ideas. 

Abbey - Wildly Co.
Abbey - Story Advocate
Joined September, 2015
Location: Durham, NC
Play doh or Legos?
Play doh because it doesn’t inflict injury when stepped upon. I’m looking at you, Legos.

What do you want to be when you grow up?
A world traveler, a mama, a minimalist, a storyteller, an expert nap-taker, and a plant lady. I hope to make a difference, even if it is small. I hope to have courage and compassion in my everyday. I hope to encourage women that they are enough and empower them. I hope to jump into the adventure and avoid asking “what if.”
Jenna - Marketing + Social Media Intern
Joined January, 2016
Fort Wayne, IN
Go-to after school snack?
Cereal; always has been and always will be. However, I count cereal as an appropriate snack for any time of the day.

What do you want to be when you grow up?
I want to be a culture creator. I find as I grow up that this world is a lot greater than myself, and I want to create culture through the little (and big) things that make a difference in others’ everyday lives. I also dream of a life full of being an adventurer, urban gardener, wife, master seamstress, and ultimately, a culture creator.