Daughter woke up before i could finish the comic today, so please forgive any spelling/grammar/art errors you happen to stumble upon.
Man alive! It’s fun watching kids grow up. It happens fast.
I think there should be some sort of standardization method granting babies a license to operate cutlery. I’m gonna start a petition.
Based on the incredibly true story of an 8 month old daughter who just mastered crawling, a puppy named “coffee-dog” who is always willing to share her prescription dog-food, and a lazy father who noticed a total section of the local “Value Village” is completely dedicated to father encouragement paraphernalia.
Have a great week everyone!
every time that commercial comes on, i make this joke inside my head. I figured I should get it down on paper.
it’s a cheesy joke, i know, but as you probably know by now, cheese is my bread and butter.
My free Rdio music listens ran out. I’ve had access to Rdio since I bought my surface for drawing on, and my surface has absolutely no music stored on it, which means that I don’t have music to draw to. -sad-
Have a great thursday everyone! the summer is almost over. Craziness.
Landmarks in mobility, working backwards:
10) Being able to fly on a plane
9) Being able to drive a car
8) Being able to take public transit by yourself
7) Being able to ride a car without a booster seat
6) Being able to ride a bike
5) Being able to walk
4) Being able to ride in a car without a rear-facing seat
3) Being able to crawl
2) Being able to roll consecutively in one direction
1) Being able to flip-over
According to this chart I JUST made up, Josie is only 8 steps away from MOBILITY DOMINATION.
Lil’ Joe isn’t quite walking, or crawling even… but rolling? Rolling faster than the speed of safety? Yep. She’s got that DOWN PAT. Constant supervision is required. Baby-proofing is just around the corner. Honestly! why are babies always almost fallin’ off of stuff? Change-tables, couches, normal-tables, bouncy-seats, chairs…left to her own devices, she would roll out of all of them. PARENTHOOD, amirite?
Have a great thursday everyone! This week is really flying by! remember- if you are reading these on facebook, please hit “like” on the “charlie and the ghost webcomic” facebook page! That way, these updates will keep showing up in your news feed. At the end of the week, i’m gonna stop sharing these comics on my personal profile!
Seriously! include some instructions why don’cha!
If you’re following this comic through wordpress or email, thank-you so much! It warms my heart, and I hope you are enjoying this comic! I personally love the wordpress.com reader, it’s nice scrolling through all the blogs I like reading.
If you are following this comic through facebook, read on- I’m hoping to make some changes!
About a year ago, facebook changed how stuff shared on a person’s profile works! I’ve had SO many people who used to read this strip come up to me and say, “Man, I LOVED charlie and the ghost! Why did you quit?” and I say, “uh… I didn’t!” and they say, “really? How come I don’t see your comics anymore?” which kinda sucks! I mean, i’m not world-famous, i need every fan I can get! 😀
So I stopped being lazy, bit the bullet and made a “charlie and the ghost webcomic facebook page”. If you follow through facebook and want to see the comics in a more reliable fashion, please click “like” on the page! In about a week, I’m gonna stop sharing the comics on my personal profile.
As promised, a comic about being a dad that more accurately reflects my experience! Or, at least, the grand majority of my experience being a dad, where crying isn’t what she is doing. Infact, as I type this, my five-and-a-half month old baby is currently almost pooping herself as she exerts so much effort to attempt to crawl to get to a ball that is just out of her reach. Five-and-a-half-months! almost crawling! I don’t know if that’s good, but I think it’s exceptional! Don’t give up little Jo-jo, little José, little Josie buttons! You GOT this! She doesn’t even get mad and look at me to help her… she just keeps on keepin’ on. YES.