As any new mom will know, motherhood isn't easy. It's tiring, it's time-consuming, and, for the first couple of years at least, you'll spend most of your days covered in baby food, bodily fluid and other random substances that won't come out in the wash. Despite all this however, new mom Alison Wong can see the funny side of motherhood. And when you see her illustrations, you'll see the funny side too.


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The product designer and design consultant is the cartoonist behind New Mom Comics, a hilarious collection of cartoons inspired by the daily challenges she encounters while caring for her new son Elliot. Whether she's trying to keep an eye on him, trying to get him to stop crying or trying to get him to eat something other than carpet lint, every new mom will find something to relate to in New Mom Comics. If they find the time to read them that is!

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TeroRantaruikka 8 months ago

Because Daddy can never be sure if he's really my Daddy. I looked liked him straight after birth to make sure he didn't bail on us.

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PatriciaMeerhout 8 months ago

Been there, definitely done that more than once :)!

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AndroPentchev 8 months ago

As a balanced adult man with no children, this is a tear-jerker.

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MantalauDaniela 8 months ago

Haha...la fel am zis si eu :)...acu zambesc, dar atunci ce era la gura mea... :)

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XeniaTCWever 8 months ago

jup..wanted to give an aunt of mine an outfit for her baby..but forgot to give it directly and then it didn't fit anymore..

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AliBranham 8 months ago

I do this way more than I should

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SarahThompson 8 months ago

Omg yes

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Littlebluekitten 8 months ago

don't forget the hair pulling.

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CarrieRosenthal 8 months ago

I taught my babies that my name was 'daddy'. In the middle of the night, they would call "DAADDDYYYYYY"

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JuneFilippo-Noon 8 months ago

I cant tell you how many times I have encountered mothers standing around chit chatting while the baby is sitting there in the stroller with the sun blasting in their faces! Clueless idiots!

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PatriciaMeerhout 8 months ago

Stop crawling, stop talking, stop eating ... :)

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JacquelineGruetzbach 8 months ago

Ah the simple pleasures we take for granted... like easy (unaccompanied) trips to the store.

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MythiCat 8 months ago

Why would you buy anything other than packs of matching socks so that this becomes a non-issue? We even do that for ourselves, much less for a small, squirmy person who is constantly losing them right off his or her feet. Lol

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KTTrondsen 8 months ago

omg yes, my kid has literally eaten half a book

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JacquelineGruetzbach 8 months ago

I may have saved a tub full of baby clothes I couldn't part with...

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SusanRamsay 8 months ago

Hmmm, maybe that's why after 4 children who are now in their 40's and 50's my right leg is shorter than my left!

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PatriciaMeerhout 8 months ago

Newspaper's cuttings were my boy's favourite snack (when he could get hold of it)!

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Jeannie Carle 6 months ago

Love this! No cell phones when mine were small tho

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Jeannie Carle 6 months ago

Babies are kinda like kittens :-) <3

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MichelleAyers 8 months ago

Hahhaha once I had my baby I too realised that those signs were a warning for others to expect erratic driving!! Usually whilst trying to pick up a toy or dummy from the ground or soothing a baby in capsule lol.

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