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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.

Haircuts

First, I need to apologize. It’s been a while since I’ve posted. Not that it’s any excuse, but things have been (and will be) super busy. Last month I had SPX. I had a great time, but unfortunately I was only able to table one day because I experienced car ...

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Breasting Feeding Mama Talk

I know what you’re thinking. No, I did not randomly decide to start breastfeeding my son again. (We stopped seven months ago.) I AM collaborating on some comics with Breastfeeding Mama Talk. Go ahead, check them out! This comic is about a somewhat recent story. A woman was shamed for ...

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Learning his Sounds

My son is really good at making animal noises. He can make every animal sounds I can think of. So my husband’s moved on to teaching him disgusting body part sounds. So of course is absolutely loves it. He’ll jump at the chance to tell you what a butt says. ...

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Creating a Love of Books

We own so. many. books. Even before I had a kid, I would occasionally buy beautifully illustrated children’s books. And then I became an elementary school teacher, so I would buy books for lessons. And then I got pregnant, and not only did the book buying increase tenfold, but all ...

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A Perpetual Energy Source

So I’d been meaning to do a cartoon on how if someone gives your kid a V-Tech toy, they probably hate you. But then V-Tech was kind enough to share one of my comics, and I felt bad. But seriously, any toddler toy that includes the word “tech” in the ...

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Go to the Zoo, They said…

So I recently bought a membership to our local zoo. It’s pretty small and mostly petting zoo-type animals. They do have some good exotic creatures. The last time we were there, the zebras got somewhat lose to the fence, and you could get a really good look at them. Did ...

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The Phone Knows

  Sorry, I don’t have a Father’s Day cartoon this year. Father’s Day cartoons are hard, man. So many dad jokes are more or less “hurr hurr! Dads are dumb!” And that doesn’t reflect my experience with my husband. He’s actually a very funny person, but hard to do relatable ...

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The Circumcision Debate

I didn’t make this comic to get involved in the circumcision debate. In fact, I’m not going to tell you whether or not my son is circumcised. That’s why I made this cartoon. I get that people feel strongly about circumcision on both sides of the debate. And I’m not ...

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Goldfish

I’ve mentioned before that my son is a picky eater. One of the most unhelpful pieces of advice I’ve heard is “toddlers are good at regulating their own nutrition.” People who say this either a.) Know nothing about toddlers or b.) Know nothing about nutrition. My son would eat ice ...

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