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What are your family’s epic adventures?

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Nothing compares to spending quality time with family!

We recently gave moms Quaker Big Chewy Granola Bars to help keep their on-the-go families fueled for everyday adventures big and small.



Tell us about your family! What sort of adventures do you enjoy?

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The CafeMom Team

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by on Mar. 22, 2013 at 3:35 PM
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LadySaphira
by on Mar. 28, 2013 at 1:40 PM

My son Andrew was thrilled when the box of granola bars came. At 15 he is constantly hungry and looking for something to eat or snack on. I received two boxes of the peanut butter chocolate chip and he pretty much inhaled them within two days (He loves pretty much anything peanut butter flavored).

We don't have a lot of Epic Adventures in our house but there is always something going on around the house. I snet two of the granola bars with Andrew when his Rehabilitation specialist took him to the local YMCA and the specialist stated that Andrew offered him one but he could tell that he was hoping he would say "no" LOL

I shared this pic. on Facebook of Andrew enjoys a Quaker Big Chewy Granola Bar and got lots of likes!

Queen_Bree
by on Mar. 29, 2013 at 11:39 PM

I drove with my children from NY to detroit just for something to do... We stopped had a bite to eat and drove back home...

adnamab
by on Mar. 31, 2013 at 4:13 PM

I feel lost and not sure what to do anymore... My 8 month old is very sick and the doctors around my area(im in a small town) dont know enough about his condition to help him... I finally found a specialist to run the test and do a surgery on him but it will cost money to do that so i thought it would be a good idea to start a benefit/fundraising page to raise the money for it... but it doesnt seem like many have compassion any more and have only gotten one donation towards it... I am so sad everyday because I see my son struggle to breath and catch his breath and heartbroken when he stops breathing and turns blue... Any advise on how to help get people to make donations would greatly be appreciated this is his site so you can see how it is set up thanks so much... amanda http://www.gofundme.com/2fx3wc?pc=fb_cr

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