Apricot Coconut Crumb Bars

No Comments » | Posted by aimee on Wednesday, April 16th, 2014

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We haven’t ventured out many places other than the park lately, but last week we took a little trip to the beach with our friends and their 2 year old. We hadn’t taken our kids to the beach since they were about 9 months old, so now that they’re almost a year and a half, it was a totally new experience. We dug around in the sand, built and destroyed sand castles, and dipped our feet in the water. Well, everyone but Ravi, my fearless boy. He ran straight for the water and was soaked within minutes. Asha stayed behind calling after him, so concerned that he was going to get swallowed up. Those two are so different. Continue reading Apricot Coconut Crumb Bars

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