Which came first: the chicken or the egg?
Smart money is on Eggy, the new brick-and-mortar shop birthed after the online boutique.
The sunny space is stocked with modern classics for little sophisticates. Shop owner and mom Jenny An has a sharp eye for quality fabrics, good design, and muted hues kicked up by bursts of color. Small fry look dapper even as they tumble in organic cotton sweats by Go Gently Baby. Ragamuffins clean up nicely in chic pieces from Kicokids.
To celebrate her opening, An’s offering 40 percent off select styles through Wednesday. Plus, mention DailyCandy and get 25 percent off full-priced merchandise through March.
As if you need egging on.
Eggy, 8365 West Third Street, between Sweetzer and Orlando Avenues, West Hollywood (323-658-8882 or shopeggy.com).
The UCLA Family Commons
What: New cutting-edge community center encourages family wellness through an extensive offering of mindful-awareness classes, yoga, martial arts, coaching, and more.
Why: Zen and the art of clan maintenance.
When: Mon.-Fri., 9 a.m.-7:30 p.m.; Sat., 9 a.m.-6 p.m.
Where: 1221 Second St., b/t Arizona Ave. & Wilshire Blvd., Santa Monica (310-395-5650).
REDCAT International Children’s Film Festival’s Creature Comfort
What: A global collection of flicks filled with colorful animals, cheery music, and sweet stories appeals to toddler-size Tarantinos (ages 3 and up).
Why: Creature features.
When: Sat., noon.
Where: REDCAT, 631 W. Second St., at S. Hope St., Downtown (213-237-2800).
Henry’s Frozen Delight
What: Tasty small-batch artisanal raw ice cream from Ventura. Try chocolate orange or pistachio mint chip.
Why: No dairy, soy, sugar, or grain.
When: It’s a free for all.
Where: Available at Erewhon, 7660 Beverly Blvd., at Stanley Ave., ste. a, West Hollywood (323-937-0777).
Photo: Courtesy of Eggy