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I've had a lot of blog posts in my time as a blogger...easily thousands. It's hard to pin down exactly the one that is the best. I actually have a lot of "best" posts. I'm really proud of the posts I've written for my blog on Mothering.com.

What is your best blog post of all time? Why?

Make sure to leave a link because if it's your best we want to read it!

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Well, I lost my whole blog in a messy server transition. You know what's fun? Going through a blog sql that includesall 3,445 spam comments that you thought were in spam jail forever. I am piecing it back together little by little, and the post that I remember as the best is the one that I reposted last night:

Mommy Wars: Working vs. Stay at Home Moms - How is This an Issue?

Shannon Jones
http://iusedtobecool.com
I think I just wrote my best blog post. My husband and I have been trying to get pregnant and I finally couldn't suffer in silence anymore. I did the posting last night and my private messages box was full of well-wishes/advice this morning. It was an emotional posting... and I can't read it without breaking down.

Check out the posting here: http://thedeliberatemom.blogspot.com/2010/10/day-my-paper-shredder-...
I haven't been blogging for that long, but I'm really proud of this one entitled '100 Mommies'. If anyone out there has adopted an older child internationally, you might be interested in taking a look!

http://milemarkerfamilyjournal.blogspot.com/2010/09/100-mommies.html

Susan
http://milemarkerfamilyjournal.blogspot.com
The one I wrote about my son turning 13 around the same time I was turning 30.... it was a big milestone for each of us and a moment where I realized we had truly made it!

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It's pretty much a toss up, but I think the one that spoke to me the most was this one:

It's Back To School Today – High School & A Heavy Heart For Me

My son is a 14 year old Aspie and I wrote this when he entered High School this year.

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