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2010 has been a great year blogging-wise, and so I wanted to leave you with the top 10 posts from this year. Some you may have read, but some you may have missed so without further ado, here they are the best of the best!
*Top 10 according to comments not page views and not including giveaway posts.*
I remember when I decided to write about all the things that had happened during my pregnancy from the getting pregnant in the beginning, my health problems and all the pregnancy pains and aches in-between. I was very surprised to remember most of it even though I was in the middle of my pregnancy, and I am really glad I decided to document all of it as best I could because now I have something to look back at. I had so much to write about in fact, that I had to make a second post to fit it all. Here is the psecond one if you are interested: All About my Pregnancy (part 2)
I remember being so excited for this post. Preparing both a pink and a blue “It’s a…” for the post and for Facebook to tell the world what gender the baby was and the names we had picked out. I am still saving the pink one in case we have a girl later on!
No picture to go with this one. I remember being so beat down when writing this post. After almost 4 months of recovery, I am so glad I am finally able to enjoy being a mom!
I really loved writing this post. I was so happy that we were able to make the decision that I could stay home with Adam. I will admit it’s been really hard financially, but I promise you it is so worth it!
Momma’s: remember being pregnant for the first time and being so scared of the unknown and so overwhelmed about what was about to happen and all the changes that were coming? Yeah that was me. I wrote this post to help get everything out, and it really did make me feel better!
I think a lot of mommy bloggers talk about the cloth diaper debate on the blogs, but I was just trying to talk it out to see what others thought and to see the pros and cons. We did end up buying cloth diapers, but after using them for a little while decided they were not for us.
I know a lot of people probably thought this post was a little crazy, but someone has to show you non-mommies how crazy motherhood can be sometimes!
This is the only post that doesn’t have to do with pregnancy or motherhood! The funny thing is in less than a month now I will be turning 24!
Not sure why this week was more popular than some of the other ones, but I am guessing it was because of the beautiful maternity pictures Brooke took and because it’s always exciting hearing about the last few weeks of pregnancy since it’s getting so close!
After writing Adam’s birth story I decided to write about what happened after Adam’s birth. Three different posts later, I am finally better and don’t have to document it all anymore!
I was really surprised to find that all my tops posts for 2010 were about being pregnant or being a mom. I guess it will be interesting to see what 2011 brings. Happy New Year everyone!