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Baby Blues 2019 Day-to-Day Calendar
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Baby Blues 2019 Day-to-Day Calendar, Award-winning creators Jerry Scott and Rick Kirkman reveal the hilarious truth about modern parenting in Baby Blues, a comic strip that has been making people laugh and remember their own family foibles for a generation.The Baby Blues 2019 Day-to-Day Calendar features a different full-color comic strip on each page, depicting funny and relatable scenes from, calendar, Rick Kirkman, parenting humour, parenting humor, page-a-day, page a day, office products
Eat, Cry, Poop
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Eat, Cry, Poop, Baby Blues is a pitch-perfect and hilarious family-oriented comic strip that typifies modern parenting.Baby Blues transcends the comic page by fusing the award-winning imaginations of Rick Kirkman and Jerry Scott with familiar family life. Inside Eat, Cry, Poop: Baby Blues Scrapbook 28, Kirkman and Scott intuitively balance the humorous with the poignant through relatable and sometimes all-too-familiar parenting scenes., 9781449414580, (Collection), ,
Briefcase Full of Baby Blues
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Briefcase Full of Baby Blues, Baby Blues "is a genuinely hilarious comic strip." --Rants and RavesChildhood-synonymous with slip 'n' slides, bubble gum, and getting your little brother in trouble. Parenthood-synonymous with Band-Aid bandages, haircuts, and giving timeouts for tattling. Rick Kirkman and Jerry Scott effortlessly navigate the nuances of everyday family life in Briefcase of Baby, up with Zoe, Hammie, and baby Wren as Kirkman and Scott perfectly capture the domestic discord
Ambushed! In the Family Room
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Blues transcends the comic page by fusing the award-winning imaginations of Rick Kirkman and Jerry Scott with familiar family life. Inside Ambushed! In the Family Room, Kirkman and Scott intuitively
BINGE PARENTING
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to be caught up.Baby Blues transcends the comic page by fusing the award-winning imaginations of Rick Kirkman and Jerry Scott with familiar family life. Inside this annotated collection, Kirkman and Scott
Something Chocolate This Way Comes
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Something Chocolate This Way Comes, Rick Kirkman and Jerry Scott put out a very funny cartoon strip. You don't have to be a parent to enjoy this cartoon, but if you are, it hits close to home more than once. It's also nice watching the kids get older (albeit slowly) in a medium that seldom allows it's characters to age at all."If art imitates life, then art could probably use a good vacuuming, -on family humor. Creators Rick Kirkman and Jerry Scott have a special talent for distilling the essence
Wall-To-Wall Baby Blues
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Wall-To-Wall Baby Blues, "One of the best things about Baby Blues is that it follows reality so closely that you're never quite sure whether Rick Kirkman and Jerry Scott are over the top or are merely excellent reporters." Oh, baby, it's Baby Blues! Just when readers thought the MacPherson world was baby-proofed, cocreators Rick Kirkman and Jerry Scott flip up the toilet-training lid, throw, moments from three previous Kirkman and Scott collections—Baby Blues: Unplugged, Dad to the Bone
Driving Under the Influence of Children
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Driving Under the Influence of Children, "Any parent can understand why Darryl and Wanda MacPherson can't decide whether to hug Zoe and Hammie to pieces or turn them into pieces in some less loving way. . . . Kirkman and Scott are virtuosi of the world of child-rearing." --Infodad.comUnder, . That realism is no accident (nor the result of illegal wiretaps). Parents themselves, cocreators Rick Kirkman and Jerry Scott have an infinite wellspring of material at their disposal. As writer Jerry
Framed!
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high.For years, the team of Rick Kirkman and Jerry Scott have given readers a too-funny-to-be-true, Framed!, Kirkman and Scott don't just have their fingers on the pulse of the modern middle-class family; they have a grip on its wrist like a mother pulling a three-year-old past a grocery store cookie aisle.Tadpoles in the toilet, backseat border wars, emergency homemade diapers . . . welcome to another year in the life of the never-a-dull-moment McPherson family. While sister Zoe and brother
X-Treme Parenting
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X-Treme Parenting,    Nothing is certain but death and taxes. And laundry." -Baby Blues proverb   When the recipe box has more pizza coupons than recipes, or for those parenting days when all you seem to accomplish is brushing your hair and making a tray of ice cubes, Baby Blues offers parental fatigue redemption. The brainchild of Rick Kirkman and Jerry Scott, this Baby Blues treasury features, with energetic children Zoe, Hammie, and baby Wren, as Kirkman and Scott expertly navigate the daily

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