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Tuesday's Top Ten Comics on Parenthood

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National Parents Day is annually celebrated, in the United States, on the fourth Sunday in July. A combination of Father’s Day and Mother’s Day, National Parents Day is a day to honor your parents, show appreciation to them and to celebrate family. In honor of all the parents out there, we have compiled this collection of comics on parenthood.

  1. It’s definitely apparent when you’re a parent when you do or say these things.
Family Circus, January 15, 2012
Family Circus, January 15, 2012

2. Darryl and Wanda of “Baby Blues” find it hard to believe that they are parents of three children.

Baby Blues, July 7, 2015
Baby Blues, July 7, 2015

3. Jill of “The Pajama Diaries” asks the important questions, but she doesn't always receive the answer that she wants to hear. 

Pajama Diaries, April 8, 2015
Pajama Diaries, April 8, 2015

4. Jenny Miller is looking for a Divine Intervention after taking Marvin to church and he starts crying during the service.

Marvin, June 18, 2010
Marvin, June 18, 2010

5. Every parent thinks their baby is the cutest. This couple begs to differ.

Carpe Diem, July 25, 2015
Carpe Diem, July 25, 2015

6.  It will be a long night for Blondie and Dagwood, with both of them separately waiting for Cookie to return from her date.

Blondie, September 8, 2012
Blondie, September 8, 2012

7. Walt and Connie Duncan of “Zits” know intuitively that parenthood is a lifetime commitment.

Zits, October 22, 2010
Zits, October 22, 2010

8.  The maternal instinct is strong in this “Six Chix” cartoon character.

Six Chix, October 23, 2010
Six Chix, October 23, 2010

9.  Helen and Ed Kudlick of “Dustin” are not your typical parents. They are look to their empty next future with glee.

Dustin, April 1, 2015
Dustin, April 1, 2015

10.  There are two sides to every story. Curtis’ father chooses to look on the positive side.

Curtis, January 20, 2014
Curtis, January 20, 2014

 

 

 

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