Cartoons: Parents and Kids at Home

Here is another monthly edition of cartoons on a favorite topic: Parents and children at home, in the car, and at museums. Out of sight of what goes on in school, how parents and children connect is grist for the cartoonist’s pen. And what happens in kitchens, living-rooms, bedrooms–and don’t forget bathrooms–gives cartoonists a wide swath to indulge their insights (and humor) into relationships at home. Enjoy!

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parent child homeowrk

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parent homework

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Go out and play parent to child

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