Scott got some encouraging news this week, so Friday night we used it as an excuse for a celebration and went to dinner at Pappasitos. I absolutely love their queso and their Chipotle Glazed Salmon is absolutely TO DIE FOR. Not even kidding. If you love fish or salmon- it's a must order. And if you don't love fish or salmon it's still a must order because it's just that good! It's worth going to Pappasitos just for the sweet heat glaze the salmon is topped with. I always order grilled veggies on the side instead of rice and pour some of the sweet heat over the veggies.

How cute is our little girl before dinner. My husband dressed her from head to toe too. She's almost 2 1/2 and this dress is 18 months. Aubrey can be tricky to dress....she's tall enough for 3 year old pants, but they fall off of her...18 month pants fit her tiny waist, but are just way too short. I thought Scott nailed it with this little outfit and I love how he added the denim jacket. Target has the cutest sandals for toddlers so I snagged these gorgeous mint ones a couple of weeks ago.

Saturday morning, we went to our sweet friend Viola's birthday party. I wish I would have taken pictures of the décor because everything looked strait out of Pinterest or a party blog. It was the cutest Cowgirl theme. They did wagon rides for the kids, which I thought was so neat and Aubrey just loved, and they did a fun piñata and pin the tail on the donkey. It was so fun to watch the children enjoy the same games I did as a child. After the piñata was busted open, Aubrey for some reason just cared about the Tootsie Pops, and collected each and every one of them as fast as she could, and held on to them like they were a bouquet of flowers. Silly girl. She didn't want to leave but we had to leave early.

Later that afternoon, I headed to a makeup lesson to learn about highlight, contour and different eyeshadow techniques. It was a great lesson and I learned some helpful tips.

I was worn out after that so that night we just relaxed.

Sunday, Scott turned in to a plumber. I always knew he was good at a lot of stuff, but Sunday he really impressed me. The bathtub's faucet wouldn't really shut off- it kept streaming water. He watched a YouTube video and decided to tackle it himself and at first, made it worse. Hot, hot water was coming up through the knob of the tub and gushing through the faucet, and would not turn off. After a lot of trial and error, he figured out how to turn the main water line off to the house so that he could stop the madness. I asked if we should call a plumber- I mean somehow we needed to fix the tub and get the water turned back on. He kinda thought about it- said maybe but to hold off. He watched some more YouTube and ran to Home Depot for supplies, came back and fixed the tub. Probably saved us hundreds of dollars too!

After that whole fiasco we went to a park, then came back and Scott made an easy/quick dinner and we were able to relax the rest of the evening.

We are back to gymnastics this week, after last week's Spring Break. Hope everyone has a great week!

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