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Mothers day Gift Ideas


Boss Lady 

If you are blessed with a Boss wife (not a bossy wife) or a boss Mama ( again not a bossy Mama) ...

Hmmmm ok, ok maybe thats impossible. Anyway, a mamacita that works hard and always has business cads with her needs a cool card holder . A card holder from IGWT is the way to go. They are super cool and engravablewhich makes them so personal. I gifted one to my husband for his first father's day and he loved it!!! 



Matchy,  Matchy Lady

Matching bandanas for moms and bambinos are all the rage. Our new, “Don’t Be Too Square” bandanas are 100% cotton, super soft, and made locally in East Nashville. The bandanas are a great statement piece with a tee or casual dress – instantly transforming any outfit from boring to brilliant! Grab a couple of “Don’t Be Too Square” bandanas to make any outfit, mom, and kid look and feel on trend!


One of a kind Lady

Does your wife or mama love one of a kind pieces and shopping local?

A one of a kind bag hand made by Mr. Odom, the father, with the help of his fashionista daughter from Father Daughter Bags is the answer. Not only does this duo make cool bags, they donate 5% of each sale to Parkinson’s disease research. Look how amazing this bag is!

I hope you find the perfect gift for your lovely Mamacita – Happy Mother’s Day!

xoxo, Karen

Summer Torte



This cake is the easiest to bake - Trust me! Last summer, my friend Kendra invited Rob, Benja and I to her house for a BBQ. Being the terrific host that she is, Kendra brought out a homemade dessert at the end of the meal that we devoured! I had to have the recipe for the summer fruit Torte so that I could share it with you too! 

The recipe that Kendra gave me is for a Plum Torte but the ripe peaches in my kitchen were calling my name, so peach it is! I added  ¼ cup of water to the recipe because I like the torte to be airy and wet. If you prefer more of a dense torte, omit the 1/4 cup of water.



¾ cup of sugar

½ cup of room temperature soft butter

1 cup of flour

1 pinch of salt

1 teaspoon of baking powder

2 eggs

5 peaches

¼ cup of water

¼ cup of sugar (for the end)

½ limen juice


Preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.

Mix ¾ cup of sugar and ½ cup of soft butter with a hand mixer. Add 1 cup of flour, a pinch of salt and 1  teaspoon of baking powder to the mix. Next, add 2 eggs one by one and finish adhering ¼ cup of water. Mix well.

Add the batter into an 8 or 9inch greased springform pan. (I used a regular pan with parchment paper)

Place the sliced fruit on top of the batter, sprinkle ¼ cup of sugar and the juice from ½ a lime. You can also place the fruit in the pan first and add the batter last - up to you.

Bake for 1 hour, until your toothpick comes out clean!


Pro Tip: Brookjamin bibs work great in defense against spilled Summer Tortes !