“Mom, I have a boo-boo on my feener!” Toddlers and preschoolers have a lot of interesting—if not always decipherable—ways to describe a cut or scrape, or where it hurts. There is plenty of lively discussion about the perks or drawbacks of teaching kids … Continue reading
Baby Blues is included, along with twenty-two other cartoonists, in the latest “Demand A Plan/Demand Action” video. It’s a call to action for people and our leaders and representatives to take steps to end gun violence. There is no one particular … Continue reading
Hammie and Trent started the Look-out!-Here-it-comes!-Club. Sounds dangerous. And fun. I want to know who the third member was.
This is one of my favorite Halloween gags for a few reasons: It has some cute costumes that remind me of Trick-or-Treating with our kids I love the dog I drew in the upper right corner panel (I’m allowed to … Continue reading
I don’t really know how it started. It could’ve been when we made our younger daughter into the comic strip character Nancy as a nod to my friend and partner Jerry Scott. At the time, Jerry was drawing and writing … Continue reading
This is a really helpful article from Parents magazine (www.parents.com): In Case of Emergency: 11 Ways to Make the ER Less Stressful. My wife and I can attest to suggestion #2, “Let Your Pediatrician Pave the Way.” When our first … Continue reading
Jerry and I are always on the lookout for subject matter for the strip. No offense, but generally, stories about something funny your kids said or did don’t cut it. They’re usually only funny to the family. That goes for … Continue reading
Here’s an article I’m sure will be of interest to new moms (and dads). It’s about preparing for different types of outings with the baby. When I got to the last one—”Blowout Kit”—I have to say, that’s not exactly what … Continue reading