Best Photoblog. “Once I Went to a Wedding” by Heather Park and Evelyn Shoop at Momsicle.
Best Special Needs Post. “The Path to Self-Advocacy” by Robert Rummel-Hudson at Support for Special Needs.
Best List. “The 5 Worst Commercials of the MLB Postseason” by Grant Brisbee at SB Nation.
Best Satire. “The War on Halloween” by Drew Chial.
Best Question. “What Does it Mean to be Blackish?” by Christena Cleveland at Christianity Today.
Most Hopeful. “The Secret to Stop Feeling Like a Failure” by Jennifer Dukes-Lee, guest-posting at Ann Voskamp’s A Holy Experience.
Best Social Commentary. “Deus Ex Musica: Beethoven’s Bad Influence” by Alex Ross at The New Yorker.
Best Parenting Post. “The Whole Truth About Infant Cereals: 7 Science-Based Tips” by Alice Callahan at Science of Mom.
Best Reflection. “Mark Driscoll Impacts the Non-Mars-Hill People Too” by Andee Zomerman at Nature of a Servant.
Best Sports Commentary. “Kirk Cousins, E.J. Manuel, and Why Bad Quarterbacks Keep Getting Starting Jobs” by K.C. Clyburn at Football is Stupid.
Best Advice. “How I Learned NOT to be an Obnoxious Author” by Sarabeth Caplin.
Best Mom Post. “To Live Like a Child” by Ashley Larkin at Draw Near.
Best Dad Post. “A Dispatch from the Gender Frontline (I Went to Some Toy Shops)” by Simon Ragoonanan at Man vs. Pink.
Best Essay. “The Other Side of the River” by Stephen Knox at SB Nation.
Most Awesome Video. “3D Printed IRON MAN Child Prosthetic Hand” by Pat Starace (via YouTube).