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The top blog posts of 2012

Find out which blog posts made our list of the top stories of the year.

By Today's Parent staff
The top blog posts of 2012

The top blog posts of 2012

Our top blog posts of the year

The Today's Parent bloggers generated some of the best discussions we've had this past year, with stories that touched on everything from religion to stay-at-home parenting to pregnancy.

Just in case you missed some of these posts, we've compiled a list of some of the highlights of 2012.

The top blog posts of 2012Photo: Web Photographeer/iStockphoto

#10: Why we're taking our kids to church

Blog: The good sport
Why we're taking our kids to church

What it's about
After discovering their older daughter doesn't believe in God, Ian and his wife, Sonia, decide that it's time to raise the kids the same way they were raised.

Read it here

The top blog posts of 2012Photo: jwblinn/iStockphoto.com

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#9: Are retro TV shows inappropriate?

Blog: Tracy's mama memoirs
Are retro TV shows inappropriate?

What it's about
Tracy's six-year-old discovered an old Warner Bros. cartoon, leaving her to wonder if our generation has lost its sense of humour.

Read it here

The top blog posts of 2012

#8: Are stay-at-home moms killing feminism?

Run-at-home mom
Are stay-at-home moms killing feminism?

What it's about
According to Elizabeth Wurtzel, stay-at-home moms are killing feminism because they don't earn an income. Our worth can't be measured, counters our SAHM blogger.

Read it here

The top blog posts of 2012

#7: The terrible twos vs. the terrible threes

The good sport
The terrible twos vs. terrible threes

What it's about
Ian writes about the five reasons why he thinks three-year-olds are harder to handle than two-year-olds.

Read it here

The top blog posts of 2012Photo: bassittART/iStockphoto.com

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#6: What I see when I breastfeed my toddler

Run-at-home mom
What I see when I breastfeed my toddler

What it's about
When you see a mother breastfeeding her child, what do you see? Jennifer shares what it looks like to her.

Read it here

The top blog posts of 2012

#5: Peter says: I'm not against spanking

Moms says, Dad says
Peter says: I'm not against spanking

What it's about
Spanking is (once again) in the news, and Peter wants to add his two cents.

Read it here

The top blog posts of 2012

#4: Four postpartum questions that I'll never ask

Bouncing back
4 postpartum questions that I'll never ask

What it's about
Kristin discovers that, when you have a baby, your business becomes everyone's business — and sometimes, that's a really irritating thing.

Read it here

The top blog posts of 2012Photo by TheGiantVermin via Flickr.

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#3: If being a stay-at-home mom is so great, why am I unhappy?

Run-at-home mom
If being a stay-at-home mom is so great, why am I unhappy?

What it's about
Amid the noise and chaos of raising two young children, Jennifer questions her decision to stay at home.

Read it here

The top blog posts of 2012

#2: Six things nobody tells you about pregnancy

Pregnant pause
6 things nobody tells you about pregnancy

What it's about
Karen is amazed by everything she’s learning about her body and herself — that wasn’t covered in her baby books.

Read it here

The top blog posts of 2012Photo by Moncherie/iStockphoto

#1: An open letter to the woman in the Safeway parking lot...

Bouncing back
An open letter to the woman in the Safeway parking lot...

What it's about
Kristin sends her thanks to a stranger who reached out with kindness during one of the scariest moments of her life.

Read it here

The top blog posts of 2012Photo by Roland via Flickr.

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This article was originally published on Dec 03, 2012

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