Category: Humour

  • Unexpected Things Babies Like

    Unexpected Things Babies Like

    I completely expected for them to like power points, grabbing the cat’s tail and throwing themselves from heights. I knew about those things. Following a crawling baby around stopping her from repeatedly headbutting every solid object she came across was not something I expected to be doing at all, let alone often.

  • Lucy Ruins Everything And Says Fuck A Lot

    Lucy Ruins Everything And Says Fuck A Lot

    You may have noticed that my website looks a little different. Well, I’ve been thinking for a while I should jazz it up, and I was sifting through WordPress themes to see what my options were and think about what I was going to do. I figured, with a chronic illness and a one-year-old in the picture, it would be best to plan meticulously, get everything I needed drawn, written and organised over a few weeks, and then pull it all together quickly and painlessly. Like a professional. I’m sure you can guess the general direction this is going…

  • Dribble

    Dribble

    Never a dull moment.

  • Cat Feet

    Cat Feet

    Cats are impossible.

  • Glasses

    Glasses

    Lifechanging. (For real though, I love my glasses and if you have only slightly dodgy vision and are on the fence on whether you should bother with glasses the answer is, yes, you should bother with glasses. I sat on that fence for years and with corrected 20/20 hindsight, it was really, really silly of me).

  • Nice Basket

    Nice Basket

    True story. Unrelated, I will not be accepting critiques of this comic at this time.

  • Baby Practice

    Baby Practice

    I mean, not right away, but when the crawling starts.

  • Small Earthquake

    Small Earthquake

    HUGE NEWS! We had a small earthquake on Sunday. A small earthquake is actually a big deal in Australia because overall we’re pretty geologically stable and we don’t get earthquakes that often, let alone feel at risk of one actually breaking stuff…

  • Thing, not done

    Thing, not done

    I’m not sure if this is ironic or just the logical next step of this situation, but I drew this sometime last year and have spent months looking at it and thinking, ‘why is this not posted yet?’. Got there eventually.

  • Sweet Potato: Giving Birth After Multiple Miscarriages

    Sweet Potato: Giving Birth After Multiple Miscarriages

    Imagine a bath so big that I, a grown adult of average size, could float away. It was my partner’s job to hold on to my leg and keep me anchored as I dealt with the contractions through a mix of relaxing in hot water, watching Jurassic Park on my laptop (placed out of splash-range), snacking on raspberry liquorice bullets, getting a bit high on gas and air, and telling Laura Dern not to celebrate because…