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The Best of Kveller 2016: The Stories You Loved Most

It’s that time of year again–you know, the end of the year. For publications, this means it’s time to look back and see what the top stories were that resonated most with you, our readers. From the miracles of modern science to matters of Jewish identity, this was a banner year for Kveller. Of course, it would also be remiss of us not to mention that we are so grateful to you, our readers and writers, as without you, we would not be able to kvell.

Without further adieu, they are below:

1. The First Set of Triplets with Both Their Dads’ DNA Were Just Born by Joanna Valente

2. This Commercial Slays Every Video About Working Women Ever by Joanna Valente

3. Mayim Bialik: Why I Refuse to Get My Kids Smartphones by Mayim Bialik

4. After New Mom Commits Suicide, Family Speaks Out About Postpartum Depression by Molly Tolsky

5. This ‘Yo B*tch’ Rule Is The Only Trick You Need to Teach Your Kids Manners by Jennifer Modlinger

6. The Crazy Way I Potty Trained My Kid That Actually Works by Nicole Steadman

7. What Every Grocery Store Gets Wrong About Hanukkah by Stacey Zisook Robinson

8. Please Stop Telling Me I’m Not ‘Really’ Jewish by Anna Miriam Keller

9. The Jewish Take on the Stanford Rape Case—And How We Can Teach Our Kids Not to Rape by Rabbi Rebecca Rosenthal

10. When My 8-Year-Old Daughter Transitioned to My Son by Sara Kaplan

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