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10 Christmas Comics from a Parent’s Perspective

Posted by on December 2nd, 2016, under SNAPSHOTS

Let’s face it. Christmas is mostly for the kids. It certainly is if you judge it by the utter hell parents put themselves through to make it special for the little, giggling present-shakers. Let’s enjoy these 10 Fowl Language Comics by Brian Gordon for a cartooned view of some of the things parents go through. […]

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HalloWINNING for Parents (7 Comics)

Posted by on October 13th, 2016, under SNAPSHOTS

The leaves are turning, or in my case as a resident of Southern California, the shorts are turning into pants. Halloween is looming! Whatever hails the changing of the seasons for you, ever since I was a wee little scab-picker, Halloween wasn’t just Halloween for me. Pumpkins and polyester cobwebs were the only evident thing […]

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Kids Can Be Such Little Sh… Darlings (8 Comics)

Posted by on September 9th, 2016, under SNAPSHOTS

Of course, kids are soooooo worth it. But let’s acknowledge the fact that no one ever says something is “worth it” unless it comes at a cost. And saying parenting comes with a cost is like saying a space shuttle is a bit on the pricey side. So, let’s laugh at 8 Fowl Language Comics […]

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Kids & Food Don’t Mix (5 Comics)

Posted by on August 2nd, 2016, under SNAPSHOTS

When you can casually browse the internet and see pictures of kids in other countries horking down grilled tarantulas like it was eight-legged candy, or see them slorping up spicy curry dishes that you’d need to freeze a roll of toilet paper to endure the after-effects of eating, it can make you wonder how in […]

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Beware, Kids Catch On Quickly (6 Comics)

Posted by on July 7th, 2016, under SNAPSHOTS

Parents should raise their kids with a good, moral sense of honestly. But until then, it doesn’t hurt to use deception a little to your advantage. While you still can! Not dark traumatizing lies like “you’re adopted” or “some parents eat their kids when they talk back,” but little white and fluffy lies like “they […]

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Then and Now for Parenthood (6 Fowl Comics)

Posted by on June 23rd, 2016, under SNAPSHOTS

Like holding a tiny, saved onsie up to your lanky growth-spurting kid, it’s fascinating to compare the way parenthood and family was to how they are now. We can take a more focused view of our family, when we ourselves first had a babies vs when they became kids, and we can widen the perspective […]

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Kids: Before & Aftermath (6 Comics)

Posted by on June 9th, 2016, under SNAPSHOTS

Probably the most surprising change people experience when they have a baby is that EVERY SINGLE FRIGGIN’ THING IN THEIR LIFE CHANGES. Since “everything” is a ridiculously long list, let’s not give ourselves PTSD (Parental Traumatic Stress Disorder). We’ll just take a look at a tolerable few examples with 6 Fowl Language Comics by Brian […]

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Taking Kids Out to Eat (4 Maddening Comics)

Posted by on May 18th, 2016, under SNAPSHOTS

Dining out with the kids is a weighed decision. Or a lapse in sanity. On one hand there’s mixing up what’s for dinner and a much appreciated break from cooking and dishwashing. On the other stress-palsied hand… there’s the total disaster of the circus clown act your kids become at a restaurant table. Fowl Language […]

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Kidcentricities (5 Quirkrazy Comics)

Posted by on May 6th, 2016, under SNAPSHOTS

The way to truly understand your kids is to realize that they are insane. Things just become so much clearer once you let that soak in deep, like a full sippy cup emptied into a box of tampons to see if they would swell into dinosaurs, or just because. Parenting makes so much more sense […]

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Operation: Keep the Kids Alive (5 Comics)

Posted by on April 14th, 2016, under SNAPSHOTS

You think it’d be easy, right? That whole “keeping your kids alive and well” thing. All living things are supposed to have a survival instinct. Kids don’t pay much attention to the concept of “supposed to,” though. Things like electrical sockets, oven knobs, bathroom urinal cakes and rain dances in the nude seem vastly more […]

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