‘Tis the season to spend quality time with family.
And when you have two young children, like reality star Stassi Schroeder, it’s also the season to head out do some holiday shopping.
On Friday, the Vanderpump Rules alumna covered both ends of the seasonal traditions when she was spotted doing a bit of browsing for that perfect gift in the Los Feliz neighborhood of Los Angeles with her daughter Hartford in her arms.
On this day, it appears the mother of two decided to leave the newest member of her family, three-month-old son Messer, at home with her husband Beau Clark or a sitter.
Schroeder, 35, showed showed her impressive post-baby body dressed in loose black pants, a dark blue sweater and a pair of brown Uggs.
Stassi Schroeder, 35, cradled daughter Hartford, who turns three in January, in her arms as she heads out to do a bit of holiday shopping in the Los Feliz neighborhood of Los Angeles
The Vanderpump Rules alumna showed her impressive post-baby body dressed in loose black pants, a dark blue sweater and a pair of brown Uggs
Rounding out Schroeder’s overall look, she had her blonde tresses styled long and flowing well past her shoulders with some soft waves, a touch of volume, and a part in the middle.
Little Hartford, who turns three in January, looked adorable dressed in her yellow-patterned ensemble, consisting of pants and a matching top, and her hair pulled back into a high ponytail.
As Christmas fast approaches, Schroeder opted to make it a mother-daughter affair for this round of shopping.
Schroeder started dating Beau Clark, 38, in August 2017 despite the commercial and casting advertiser being apprehensive about her social media presence and reality television career.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the couple were forced to delay their planned Italian destination wedding, but still they took the big step and got married in a backyard ceremony in front of a small group and family and friends in September 2020, not long after her abrupt exit from Vanderpump Rules.
They became first-time parents with the arrival of Hartford the following January.
Nearly two years after their original wedding date (and first wedding), the couple finally got their Italian fairytale and tied-the-knot in Rome, Italy in May 2022, in front of their closest friends and family, including Hartford, according to People.
Their family grew again when the couple’s son Messer was born in September 2023.
In the wake of Hartford making her arrival on Planet Earth, Clark and Schoeder launched their own podcast exclusively on Patreon that focuses on parenting.
The Good The Bad The Baby gives fans an inside look into their growing family, while discussing various pregnancy tips, parenting techniques, among other personal
‘Holy c**p. We’re parents. The hospital didn’t tell us what to do, so come along and join us on our new podcast as we try to figure this s**t out,’ Clark announced when promoting the new podcast on Instagram. ‘Welcome to @thegoodthebadthebaby available on @patreon.’
Subscribers have access to exclusive video content like the pair’s 40-minute wedding video.
The New Orleans native decided to start the podcast The Good The Bad The Baby with her husband that focuses on parenting
The growing family enjoyed Halloween by all dressing up in black ensembles, which includes Schroeder, husband Beau Clark and their daughter Hartford and son Messer
Schroeder and former costar Kristen Doute were fired from Vanderpump Rules after they called the police on costar Faith Stowers for a crime she didn’t commit, which Bravo determined to be racist in nature; seen in 2020
Schroeder had previously played host to her Straight Up With Stassi podcast, which ran from 2015 to 2020.
Bravo executive fired Schroeder and Kristen Doute from Vanderpump Rules after learning they called the police on costar Faith Stowers for a crime she didn’t commit.
Their actions were deemed to be racist in nature.
‘Throughout this whole thing, I’ve recognized I’ve never felt that I was a racist, I don’t have hate in my heart but I’ve recognized that I wasn’t anti-racist. I wasn’t,’ she said during an appearance on The Tamron Hall Show in 2020, as reported by E! News. ‘And that’s something I’ve been learning throughout all of this.’