Happy St. Patrick’s Day! It’s also Monday, so time for the best of the week from around the blogosphere.
Best Special-Needs Story. “iPads help disabled children speak” by Alandra Johnson at The Bend Bulletin.
Best At-Home Parent Post. “In which I don’t mind if my tinies see me on the computer” by Sarah Bessey.
Best Guy Post. “A MANifesto” by Joshua Wood at Blog of Manly.
Best Snapshot. “This is What Homeschooling Looks Like” by Karen Gann at Homeschooling in Huntsville.
Most Honest. “Standing Naked in Front of Strangers (and Other Occupational Hazards of Memoir Writing)” by Elizabeth Esther.
Best Questions. “The Four Questions of Christian Education” by Anthony Bradley at The Acton Institute Power Blog.
Most Adorable Scientific Study. “Why DO babies laugh? That’s what a scientist set out to learn… with tantalising results” by Kathryn Knight at Daily Mail Online.
Least Judgmental. “Neither Do I Condemn You” by Alise Chaffins in Knitting Soul.
Best Marriage Post. “‘I Choose You.’ Brief Thoughts on Marriage From An Unmarried Feminist” by Melissa Otterbein at Like Birds on Trees.
Best Title. “The Thing About Kicking Ass and Also Not Being Enough” by Tamára Lunardo at Tamára Out Loud.
Best List. “7 of the Mistakes Both Men and Women Make When Dating Online” by Anna Wickham at Good Men Project.
Best Video. “Restaurant Etiquette” by Glove and Boots (via YouTube).
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