Top Ten Wednesday: Best Special Needs Blogs


Each week, until April, we will be highlighting the Top Ten Bloggers from each category of The 2013 Homeschool Blog Awards. We understand the hard work that is involved in running a successful blog. Kudos to all who were nominated, all who made the top ten and to our winners!

This week we are highlighting the 2013 Best Special Needs Blogs!

Best Special Needs Blog

These are the moms that have the extra challenges – they go above and beyond to help their children succeed. These are the bloggers that you said you love to read when looking for ideas, support and encouragement.

Winner 2013 Best Special Needs Blog

Campfires and Cleats is our big winner this year! Chris blogs about her journey, homeschooling two energetic boys with her “handsome hubby of 16 years”. There is a lot of love, encouragement, and fun in those pages!

Top Ten 2013 Best Special Needs Blogs

In no particular order:



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  1. says

    I have So been loving the Top 10 Weds this school year! Thanks for the highlights of so many amazing bloggers and their journeys. I’m honored to have won and honestly, just by being associated with such awesome bloggers and their honesty and their tips, I “won.”
    You ladies at the HSBA Post Awards are truly something!

    Have a lovely and Happy Easter.


    • says

      Thanks, Chris! Glad you are a regular reader here at The Post. Congrats on your win! It’s bloggers like you that make the Awards so much fun and a real blessing for everyone!

    • says

      Congrats on your place in the Top 10! We love to see homeschool bloggers get the attention they deserve. We appreciate the hard work and dedication to share with the homeschool community.


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