Happy New Year!! So it’s been a while since I’ve last posted a new cartoon. Reason being is, we welcomed a baby girl in September! 🙂 Baby #4 aaaaaaand we’re done! I can’t wait until I have a bit more time to continue drawing but alas I am also starting my Master’s. Yikes, what am…
Baby Economics 101
So even though I had a cartoon ready, I skipped posting a cartoon last week and I feel terrible. The OCD in me hounds me to post once weekly and I’ve managed to do that since the twins were born so for about 16 months (or I guess that would be about 66 weeks) but…
Baby’s First Word
Ain’t this the truth? lol So i drew this with only one baby since drawing the twins is a bit challenging in each panel, plus there simply isn’t enough space for the second twin nor was it necessary. Also, I’m just not that great of an artist to be able to change up the vantage…
I’ve heard of twins switching roles unintentionally (or not) complementing each other. However, I did not expect this in my fraternal twins. Perhaps it may be a coincidence? I’m baffled that my previously good eater, the boy, is now starting to shun food! And yet, the girl is picking up where he left off!! I…
As I watch myself go through the check list of a crying baby: Diaper clean? Check. Baby fed? Check. Baby burped? Check. Baby gassy? Check. Baby tired? Check. Baby warm enough? Check. I realized, what if there’s something causing the crying that ISN’T part of the checklist? And then, I imagined what it could be…
Sleep, anyone? 🙂 A special shout out to my fellow sleep-deprived but ambitious mamas.
Ahhhhh the pains of motherhood….
I always naively thought that after giving birth, your weight would instantaneously bounce back to what it was pre-pregnancy. Boy was I wrong! There are a lot of factors that contribute to how long it takes for our bodies to shrink back to some semblance of normal. Sometimes, it shrinks back to a “new normal”….
The book is titled “Healthy Sleep Habits, Happy Twins” (by Marc Weissbluth, M.D.)
So I’ve been a bit busy… Two weeks ago I gave birth to twins and have lived the hermit lifestyle since. I am dying to ink all the ideas that have inevitably come out of this special sleep-deprived time (isn’t that how Salvador Dali got a lot of his ideas, while in a state of…
Aaaaaaaaaaaand rooooooooound 2! 🙂
So we all came back from San Diego a little bit plugged up and under the weather. In particular, my daughter had this persistent train of snot that would just peer out from time to time only to be slurped back inside. Only after a sneeze would its gargantuan size be fully revealed. Anyway, I…