You can find parenting experts everywhere these days. There are posts about them on social media sites and on TV; their work is in newspapers; and their books are instant hits. All of them say something about how you raise your kids. It’s a good thing that not all parents act like they know everything. Some people tell it like it is. One of them is Yehuda and Maya Devirs, a family of comedians who have gone popular.

The couple became well-known for making pictures about their personal experiences as a couple. When they had children, they changed the focus of their work. This time, they’re showing both the good and bad sides of having kids. We all love it! You can see their most current work by scrolling down.

#1 It’s Your Turn

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#2 Tea Party

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#3 That Time Of The Month

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Being a parent is a lot of fun. It has great highs and terrible lows, as well as many interesting and frustrating times. What was the best or worst part? Every single one of these things can change in an hour. To put it another way, it’s a wild ride. We’re all still trying to be perfect, though. We all want to be the parents who always seem to do the right thing.

#4 Permanent

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#5 Home Sweet Home

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That’s how we start, at least. There’s no need for yelling when we talk to our kids. We want to be kind and understanding. We want them to eat well and be interested in what they’re eating. We want them to read books and use every waking moment to help them grow. Besides all that, we want a clean home, a steady job, and lots of friends. There are days when you feel good about how things are going. It might even be pretty good. That is, until you watch a TikTok that says you shouldn’t tell your kid “good job.” Then you feel like you’ve failed.

#6 The Mask

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#7 Happy Anniversary!

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To be honest, every parent makes mistakes from time to time. We do want to make them as little as possible, but no matter what, it’s impossible to be perfect, and having a child is already hard work. How do I solve it? When you accept that “good enough” is enough, In the 1950s, psychiatrist and pediatrician Donald Winnicott came up with the idea of “good enough parenting” to comfort mums that they might not need to be perfect. He thought that a child’s needs changed over time and that not being able to quickly adapt to those changes was good for their growth.

#8 The Walking Dad

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#9 They Grow Up So Fast!

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 If a parent makes a mistake, Winnicott says, that mistake teaches the child that the outside world might not always meet their wants. Admit when you’re wrong. Consider it a chance to learn how to do things better. You might not have needed to yell, and you did respond too strongly. Maybe you weren’t there for your kid enough when they needed you. Admit you were wrong, say sorry to your child, and move on. In addition, this will teach them how to fix issues when they happen.  

Overall, you’re probably doing fine if you’re afraid that your work isn’t perfect. It’s okay to give yourself some space. Feel free to relax and maybe even laugh at your daily mistakes and realities, just like the people who make these comics do.

#10 I Got You Covered

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#11 Quiet

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#12 Mine

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#13 A New Beginning

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#14 I Can Do It On My Own!

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#15 Scissoring

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#16 Handyman

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#17 Potty Training

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#18 Happy Birthday, Mommy!

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#19 Deliver Us!

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#20 I’m 4 Mother Father!!!

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#21 Size Does Matter!

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#22 It’s Time

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#23 No…no…no…no…no

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#24 Happy Ending

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#25 Vacation

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