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Friday, January 1, 2010

Top Ten Favorite Blogs of 2009


By Rachel H

Welcome to 2010!

Triad Smarty Pants had a fabulous past year where we grew from just a handful of loyal readers to a large community of Triad moms and dads who tune in daily to read blogs, leave comments, nominate Smarty Moms, and guest blog for us! We have thoroughly enjoyed sharing all the wonderful family events in the Triad, as well as Day Trips, best restaurants, great gift shops, great birthday party ideas, and super smarty sales! We've shared info on education, health, food choices, and eco-friendly ways of life. We've profiled moms and dads throughout the Triad who our readers think have that extra spark that makes them truly smarty! And of course we've shared our own humorous stories, mommy concerns and mommy advice on just about anything.

Thanks to all of you who voted for your favorite, most entertaining, and most helpful blogs from the past year. Our results are listed in order below. Be sure to click on the title to read the blogs for yourself. All our blogs are archived on the site, so scroll down to our Categories List on the left side of the page to find anything and everything for which you might be searching.

Now on with the results ...

The Top Ten Blogs of 2009
1. Best Kept Secrets of the Triad
2. Kids Eat Free and Almost Free
3. Is it Just Me? Part 1 and Part 2
4. Day Trips Category
5. Birthday Party Directory
6. Favorite Parks in Greensboro, High Point and Winston Salem
7. How Old Is Too Old
8. Why I Homeschool
9. Remembering Lillie and Helping Others
10. Going Out to Eat Without Breaking the Bank

Thanks again for voting! Do you have a great idea for a blog for 2010? Email us at triadsmartypants@gmail.com to give us your idea, or even appear as a guest blogger on our site. We are a community and thrive on input, advice, and blogs from our readers!

Best wishes to all in 2010!

2 comments:

Catherine said...

Thanks for a great year with entertaining blogs! Can't wait to see what else you have up your sleeves. Happy 2010!

Carrie said...

I use the Kids Eat Free post every time we go out to eat. We have saved so much money because if it. I hate paying for my kids meals, especially when they never eat what we order them anyway.

Carrie

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