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SPX This Weekend!

Mom Comic greeting cards

Oof. I’m a little late on this one. Blame it on pregnancy brain?

I’ll be hanging around SPX in Bethesda, MD this weekend, if anyone would like to say “hello!” I’ll be handing out Mom Comic stuff to promote the strip, checking out panels and visiting folks who have booths. It’ll be exciting! What am I giving out? Greeting cards with the following strips:

Pregnant? Prepare for Crazy!
Weird and Wacky Pregnancy Symptoms

(Those are two of my favorites.)

And don’t be afraid to approach me. I’m shy, so I’m not entirely sure how this will all work out.

Like this, maybe:

“Hello, ma’am. You look pregnant. Are you pregnant? No? Oh. Sorry. Never mind.”

“Good day, sir! You appear to be of reproductive age, yes? What? Oh. No. I’m married. This has all been a horrible misunderstanding.”

And so forth. So find me and get some free stuff!

About carrtoons@gmail.com

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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3 comments

  1. Hi! You gave me one of these awesome cards at SPX because I had a cute baby on my back. So when we came home I came here and started giggling out loud.

    (BTW, I would totally buy cards for all my many friends who are reproducing…)

    • carrtoons@gmail.com

      Thanks! So glad you like the comic! And thanks for the feedback on the card. I was thinking about selling them eventually, but I wasn’t sure if people would be interested or not.

  2. Standing out among the crowd of youngsters displaying their new work at SPX last weekend was 71-year-old Bill Griffith, who was there signing copies of and talking about his new book

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