Kimberly Schlapman and Karen Fairchild of Little Big Town attend Bumble and Lady Antebellum You Look Good Bumble Bee.tique at The Bell Tower on June 10, 2017 in Nashville, Tennessee.
Mother’s Day is a special occasion for multiple reasons and the two mothers of Little Big Town, Karen Fairchild and Kimberly Schlapman, have kind words and fond memories to share about their own Mother’s Day experiences growing up.
“She was just such a force,” Fairchild tells Sounds Like Nashville and other media of her mother aboard the Carnival Liberty. “Taking care of all of us and we were just spoiled rotten. She is an incredible Southern chef like Kimberly is – biscuits and gravy – and just the overflow of love through her cooking and taking care of us. So I have a feeling we probably didn’t do her justice on Mother’s Day, but we try to make up for it now.”
Schlapman has a particularly special memory that sticks in her mind from Mother’s Day past. She poignantly tells the story of how every Sunday morning on Mother’s Day before heading to church with her family, she, her sister and mother would clip roses from the garden that they would wear all day long.
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