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Thomas has gotten more interactive and loves activities, and we have been playing tourist in our hometown, Myrtle Beach SC. So this week I shared our favorite spots around town on my blog!

Obviously, the #1 activity is the beach. Thomas loves the beach and his Grandaddy takes him almost every day. Lucky baby. This picture was taken with my dad at Myrtle Beach State Park when he came to visit. We actually rode our bikes there from Market Common - fun afternoon!

The rest of these aren't in order.

#2 The playground at Market Common. Since we live here, we go to this playground all of the time.

#3 Blue Crab Restaurant in Pawley's Island because they have an awesome playground in addition to great food!

#4 Thompson Farm just outside of Conway. I think it's open all year round, but at this time of year, the weather is perfect and the pumpkin patch is a blast. The playground is awesome, he loved the animals, and we took a hayride. Great day!

#5 Carousel Park at Broadway at the Beach. Lots of kiddie rides, very fun!

#6 Barnes & Noble at Market Common. Starbucks for mom, Thomas the Train for toddler. This is a fantastic outing!

View all of my favorite Myrtle Beach Activities here!

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