Best Beginning. “Introducing Our New Baby Boy” by Alice Callahan at Science of Mom.
Best Photoblog. “The Camera That Captured People’s Lives” at BBC News Magazine.
Best Special Needs Post. “I Know What Causes Autism” by Carrie Carriello.
Best Parenting Post. “All My Issues With Goodnight Moon” by Raquel D’Apice at The Ugly Volvo.
Best Question. “Is Your One-Word Resolution Holding You Back?” by Kelly Balarie at Purposeful Faith.
Most Thought-Provoking. “The Likely Cause of Addiction Has Been Discovered, and it is Not What You Think” by Johann Hari at Huff Post Politics.
Most Encouraging. “Trust Between Friends and Strangers” by Alise Chaffins at Knitting Soul.
Best Idea. “Uno, the Bomb, and How You Can Make Game Night More Epic” by B.K. Mullen at Dad on the Mic.
Best Commentary. “Kirby Delauter’s Not the Only One Who Doesn’t Understand the First Amendment” by Tyler J. Francke.
Best Tribute. “An Elegy for Casey” by Cara Strickland at Little Did She Know.
Best Essay. “The Fighting Indians Earn It” by Peter Rugg at SB Nation.
Best Parody Video. “New England Patriots Cialis Commercial Parody” by Bestonium.com (via YouTube).
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