My 12 Favorite Carrots Posts of 2012

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Happy New Year! Since sharing which 10 posts were the most popular with my readers in 2012, I realized that almost none of my favorite posts made the list! My 10 Books You Must Read to Your Daughter post (viewed almost 200,000 times this year!) came together in an hour. Go figure, right? But some of my posts are the result of days (or weeks) of reflection. Here’s a few posts that really came from my heart and soul this year:

Motherhood:

A Mother’s Love, A Mother’s Fear

There’s No Paycheck for Motherhood: Finding Value in the Home

The Cost of Parenthood: The Best Isn’t Something Money Can Buy

“A Dog Could Take Care of Your Child” Or, Why I Quite Grad School to Stay Home with My Kids

3 Daily Rituals to Help Mothers of Littles Stay Sane

Why We Are Homeschooling (From a Gal Who Tried Everything)

Why I Breastfeed in Public: The Blessed Virgin Mary Does It!

Should You Limit Your Child’s Reading Choices?

Faith:

Our Conversion Story

Holy Time: The Gift of the Liturgical Year

Holy Time: Observing Advent Instead of Fighting Santa

And then what I thought was the most exciting post of the year :)…

‘Fessing Up: The Best News Ever

Thanks for making it a great year at Carrots for Michaelmas!

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Comments

  1. Megan says

    “A dog could take care of your child” is my favorite post of any span of time. I’ve read it multiple times on many occasions and am still outraged, stunned, and saddened by your professors, and by the end practically cheering at your commitment to family.
    Keep it up, Haley. You are a blessing to me.

  2. Jen Lehmann says

    These may not have been everybody else’s favorite posts, but these are the ones I shared with others. Love your thoughts!

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