Parenting is stressful enough, but becoming a first-time mother or father is a whole new ballgame. Your shirt is soiled with mysterious substances, aka baby ate breakfast, and quality time for yourself is a pipe dream.
Who better to represent such peculiarities than the artist who has spent years documenting his life with his wife? Thanks to a great portfolio of family comics, the internet’s favourite couple Yehuda and Maya are back with the funniest parenting drawings (check it out here, here, and here).
The new comics will hit close to home because they are both brutally relatable and savagely funny.
After that, go here to see some amusing cartoons illustrating their reactions to Maya’s pregnancy.
Yehuda Devir, a Tel Aviv-based illustrator, and his wife Maya Devir have been sharing their loving adventures with their followers in the ongoing comic book “One of Those Days.” The series includes exaggerated and very relevant scenes from their life. Yehuda’s comics became an internet success after being picked up by Bored Panda in 2017, with a passionate following and 5.4 million Instagram followers. The duo was recently honoured with the Most Creative Content Maker award at the Inflow Global Summit 2019 Awards in Istanbul.
The newlywed parents appear to be just as ecstatic as they’ve always been! “We’re feeling a whole new set of emotions and thoughts we didn’t realise existed,” they said. The trip revealed new sides of their characters, not all of which are positive. The couple said, “We have a lot of conflicts as well, but we learn from them.”
After the baby was born, Yehuda and Maya had no choice but to adjust their priorities: “There is no longer a couple, no longer a team at work… simply Ariel.” In actuality, the pair now works in various shifts and has a distinct schedule. “It’s a new life for us, and we’re getting used to it. But not in a derogatory way. This event will transform us into a new and better version of ourselves.”
Finding time for oneself is the only tough component of becoming a new parent. One of them comments, “We never go to bed at the same time.” Because of the coronavirus, they now perform a lot of multimedia lectures from home, and they try to merge business and family life under one roof. “It’s challenging to transition from our warm parental personality to our company since both of us need to participate in the lecture.
Yehuda and Maya hope that when Ariel grows older, she will be able to “see all the work that mommy and daddy have done for her and appreciate it.” ” We earnestly hope…”
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