Its author isn't a master of prose, and there's nothing noteworthy about the ideas it contains, but when the history of Jewish blogging is written, this post will be included.
The writer is a frazzled Jewish mother, dealing with six kids and expecting a seventh. Her post manages to caputure the frustration and bewilderment of her situation, giving us an authentic and empathy-building glimpse into the soul of a real person. Before blogs, where would we have gone for such an experience? Before blogs, how could we have known what it was like to raise 6 kids without doing it ourselves?