What's interesting is that if I inspect the element on the header (above the image), its pulling the parent CSS file.
Theme Name: Attitude
Theme URI: http://themehorse.com/themes/attitude
Author: Theme Horse
Author URI: http://themehorse.com
Description: Attitude is a Simple, Clean and Responsive Retina Ready WordPress Theme which adapts automatically to your tablets and mobile devices. Along with the elegant design the theme is easily customizable with numerous theme options. Some of the highlighted options are two site layout (Narrow and Wide), 5 layouts for every post/page, 5 Page Templates, 5 widget areas, 4 custom widgets, featured slider to highlight your post/page, 11 social icons, webmaster tools, custom background, custom Header, custom menu, custom favicon, custom CSS, custom webclip icon, custom logo and many more. Also supports some of the popular plugins like Breadcrumb NavXT, WP-PageNavi and Contact Form 7. It is also translation ready. Get free support on http://themehorse.com/support-forum/
License: GNU General Public License v2 or later
License URI: http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-2.0.html
Tags: white, light, blue, one-column, two-columns, three-columns, left-sidebar, right-sidebar, flexible-width, custom-menu, custom-background, custom-header, featured-images, full-width-template, theme-options, threaded-comments, translation-ready, sticky-post
Text Domain: attitude
But if I inspect the navigation, it's pull the child theme.
Theme Name: Tre Gatti Vineyards
Theme URI: http://tregattivineyards.com
Description: Tre Gatti Vineyards Website theme
Author: Access Publishing
Author URI: http://accesspublishing.com
What am I missing here? That doesn't seem normal.