We Wish We Were Invited On This Aww-Inducing Date

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    It's pretty obvious that Jeanne Chan, curator of ShopSweetThings, has a keen eye for cool. But, when she's not searching out new, must-know shops in her native SF, the bona fide Pinterest whiz — and mother of two — plans playdates with her equally stylish mom friends. The good news? We're tagging along!

    Hi everyone, I’m so excited to introduce you to another cool mom today! For our second Playdate, I met up with gorgeous mama, Lauren Podoll and her handsome baby boy, Dashiell Quinn Podoll. He is currently 20 months old and as charming as can be!

    I met Lauren a few months ago and was instantly smitten by her sensible style. She’s got so much grace, and little did I know, Lauren, and her husband, Josh, are the owners/designers of a very chic local clothing line, The Podolls. When I first saw this Refinery29 feature on their home and work studio, I knew I wanted to know Lauren better because she is so inspiring as a mom, as a wife, and as an entrepreneur. I’m so lucky to have met Lauren and have her share her insights with us today. I hope you have your coffee ready because this mama’s got some great tips for ya! Enjoy!

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