The Good Morning Poster!

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Guess what? I have this comic in a glorious full-color poster, signed and delivered to you for only $8 (plus shipping ;o) The size is 12″x18″ which is in inches. If you’re in the EU or Australia (like most of my fans are) the way I write the size should be completely different, but you can probably figure it out. Look at me holding them, it’s that size relative to me, I’m average sized, I hope that helps. In the picture above they are in a plastic bag, I was too excited to take them out to photograph, plus a little worried that somehow I might get chocolate on them. I eat too much chocolate.

They look more like this:

And the guy at the print shop, and a couple of other customers told me they were beautiful.

I considered $15 for them, but I want every mama who wants one to be able to get one, so they’re only $8!

The Good Morning Poster!

Good Morning!

My little guy wants to nurse all morning before we get up. It’s not really about the nursing, I think, he only nurses at night now and doesn’t need it at all during the day, but the last few mornings he has just wanted to dawdle in bed nursing as long as I can or am willing to do it. Which I’m willing to do for a pretty long time, and mostly not frustrated. I’m doing my best to just accept that I’m probably going to be late to all the very important places that I have to get to, because I know in my heart that I’m counting down the days until he weans, days, maybe months, but probably days, people.

There was that glorious moment in 2012 when I thought maybe he might nurse forever, hey, Mayim Bialik’s baby was going to, and Jamie Lynn’s baby was going to. But then their babies went and weaned to the amazement of the multitudes, and all my hopes have been dashed. Oh, you didn’t hear? Yes, the babies that the world thought might never quit nursing did, surprise! Mayim Bialik weans her four year old son! and probably don’t read this article, it’s probably not that great, It’s just here to show that it made international news ;o)

But here’s a comic, a valentine’s day-ish one. How about someone out there sponsor it to the Facebook minions (read below for details!)



Members can  sponsor a comic on social media! Here’s how it works:

1. See a comic here that you LOVE? Want to share the comic on Facebook, to get some needed likes and attention for yourself (and me, a win/win)?

2.Go to this page and make a $5 donation per comic: Wanna Share my Comics? when you pay for the comic tell me in the message which comic and on which Facebook page you’re going to post it.

3. if you know how to grab the .gif from my site, congratulations you little tech-monster, you! If you need me to send you the .gif I’ll do it as quickly as I can.

4. post the comic to your facebook page along with any pithy comments and the link to my sites: and


Here’s a great example!  My comic sponsored by This Milk Matters, Lactation Support:  Very Crafty  well over 8000 Likes!!!!!!!

And that’s all you have to do to be an official sponsor, thanks for being a fan!


Mommy Morning

This is the first comic I’ve done that admits to the new life-change we’ve had around here, something that is difficult for me to admit, and really I wish that I could just pretend it’s not happening, but here it is, and probably not for the first time. You may have guessed it, but if not, here goes: I have a teenager. And not a cusp of their teens-ager, either, but a complete and total ‘smack-dab in the middle of it’, teenager. And you know what? So far it’s really fun. Even when I complain about staying up to see her off to her midnight movie, I wouldn’t trade a minute of any of it. I’m not really regretting the nighttime parenting either, maybe it’s because it’s such a crucial part of parenting, and perhaps I’m well-trained by now by all the babies to know that parenting doesn’t end when the sun goes down, but probably it’s because I really like spending time with these guys, even at 3:30 am, even when I’m exhausted. On and on the clock ticks, wake-up mommy, smile, make some coffee, it’s a lovely time of your life.

and in case you’re wondering what midnight movie my first daughter went to see? Rocky Horror Picture Show, yep, fun!