Sunday was our much needed day off! I have been feeling overwhelmed all week from being off my normal routine, I am a creature of habit and so are my kiddos. When you fly twice to Sacramento within a week and drive 5 1/2 hours each way to get to our destination and back to catch a plane is exhausting. AND then in between both trips have a spa day with your sister-inlaw (it was amaze balls I might add) for our birthday’s, was pretty awesome. But…I never do those things, fly twice in one week and a spa day, what-what-what?!?! What is going on…

So how did I help myself all week? Instead of thinking about everything I had to do or what wasn’t getting done, (I might of had a minor panic attack somewhere in there…) I set one goal for myself on a household chore each day to complete after I would get off work. 

Clean kids bathroom (also spray for ants that have invaded their bathroom)

Clean the wood floors in the living room/dinning room 


I made it so much more manage able in my head to give myself one small task, then to think about all the chores still needing to be accomplished.   

After going to the Walmart’s and stocking the fridge and pantry back up I started to feel whole again, maybe the Sbux afterwards help too…I don’t know.

I also created a couple recipes for the blog and took pics, I started to feel the weight lift off my shoulders! Ahh!

On another note, Madison spilled her Sonic strawberry slush in their bathroom and in 2 seconds the ants came marching in again…Nnnnnoooooooooooooo! 

Madison’s said, “The ants are so happy” and my response, “Well mommies not happy!”

WELL one crazy, amazing thing happened that day…these nachos happened and they were the! Yes…I said the because they were THAT GOOD!!!

Preheat your oven to 350°F.

Start by lining your baking sheet with foil and spreading a layer of tortilla chips out.

Place your meat of choice onto the chips, mine was rotisserie chicken that I shredded earlier. You can use carne asada, ground beef, shrimp or no meat at all. 

Now sprinkle a layer of shredded cheese, we used freshly grated Tillamook cheddar cheese. Yum!

Place the tray in your heated 350°F oven, about 3-5 minutes, and I turned the tray half way through. After the cheese is melted, take your tray back out and start to put your nacho toppings on.

The kid’s side had jarred salsa, guac and sour cream.

The adult side had fresh pico de gallo, jarred jalapenos, guac and sour cream. You have to have jarred jalapenos with nachos, it’s a given. 

My pico de gallo recipe is here.

Here is your aerial photo of the nachos and I must say, they taste just as amazing as they look. 

Madison was to busy for pictures, Daniel Tiger is more important!

Brycie was being a good boy by helping Momma vacuum up all the crumbs and there was a lot of crumbs.

I hope you all had a great Sunday and any suggestions on how to get rid of ants, with out ant spray?!

Have a great week!


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