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Baby Anatomy

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A few weeks ago, I did a comic about what early baby kicks feel like. Later baby kicks feel much more like actual kicks. But their punches feel like kicks, too. And so do…whatever else it is he’s doing in there. Elbows? Knees? I don’t know.

I had a sonogram in mid-June, and in the morning, before I went in, I felt a bump in my stomach that I swore was his head. All day I spent loving stroking his little noggin, until the appointment time arrived. It was there they confirmed that it was actually his tushie I’d been petting all day. So I have no clue what’s going on in there.

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Chelsea Carr has been cartooning for over ten years. Currently, she works as the editorial cartoonist for Harford County’s The Aegis and The Record. She has also had her work included in MAD Magazine, b, and Baltimore’s City Paper. Chelsea holds a B.F.A. from the Maryland Institute, College of Art (2005) and an M.A.T. from Johns Hopkins University (2011.) In addition to cartooning and being a first-time mother, she has worked as an elementary school art teacher.

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