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12 Favorite Posts From 2011

By arianne |

It’s been only 3 months now since I had my baby, but it feels like 2011 was all about babies. I was pregnant from January to October (and we’re pretty sure she was conceived on New Year’s Eve last year!) so even if baby wasn’t in my arms yet, 2011 will always feel like the newborn year.

The year that I spent trying to remember what it was like to be a mom to a baby – since my next oldest child is almost 5 years old! I made a list of 12 of my favorite posts I wrote for Baby’s First Year so I could reminisce and remind myself how far we’ve already come.

Some of these are favorites because they’re special, some are favorites for their infamy! Enjoy!

Parenting Baby #4 But Feeling Like A First Time Mom

What I Wore: Post Partum Style

Let’s Talk About Cloth Pads

Love In The Time Of Colic

Top 10 Best Sale Sites For Baby

How She Came To Be: The Story Of River Promise

An Open Letter To Baby Hiccups

Is My Baby Seriously Allergic To Chocolate?

Top 15 Most Awkward Post Partum Clothes Ever

The 5 Lessons Cluster Feeding Taught Me

The Top 5 Things Moms Really Want For Christmas — Hint: It’s Not Diamonds

A Christmas Small Style

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Arianne Segerman writes about homeschooling, autism and walking through grief after losing her daughter Mabel in 2010 on her blog Mabel and Riv. She blogged for the Parenting channels at Babble about pregnancy, motherhood and all things family.

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