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Geocaching and Babyville Boutique Contest!

 I have just begun to get into Geocaching! A couple days ago I never even knew how this worked and now I am addicted to it! Geocaching is a real-world, outdoor treasure hunting game using GPS-enabled devices. Participants navigate to a specific set of GPS coordinates and then attempt to find the geocache (container) hidden at that location. Well I don't have a GPS or a smartphone so I am just going on a complete treasure hunt. Today my daughter and I found our first Geocache! 

Here is my little girl holding our first find. She chose a littlest pet shop toy to take and she got her brother a keychain and since this was our first find I deposited in return a pen, 2 rings, a sticker, a penny, and a few other items, we also signed and dated the little notebook! So exciting! I cannot wait to go find our next cache it is so much fun to do with the kids. Its a free outing and an amazing experience. If you want to find out more about Geocaching head over to


For all you artsy, craftsy, sewing geniuses out there Babyville Boutique is hosting a contest for you to enter! They are celebrating their second birthday and would love to see what you can create and go "Beyond Babies". Can you create stylish bags, cat toys, dog toys, lunch bags, etc. with Babyville Boutique fabrics and materials? You could win an ipad or an ipad mini with gift cards just for showing off your creative sewing abilities! So get sewing and lets see what you can do! Visit them on Facebook or go to the Babyville Boutique blog!


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