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Funny Times October 2014 Issue

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Cartoons about:
Money . I.T. . Religion . Shopping . and more

Cartoons by: Isabella Bannerman, Meg Biddle, Bizarro, Harry Bliss, Matt Bors, Martin Bucella, Jon Carter, Jack Compère, Dave Coverly, J.C. Duffy, Samuel Ferri, Randy Glasbergen, Martha Gradisher, Jeff Hobbs, Nicole Hollander, David Horsey, George Jartos, Ham Khan, Keith Knight, Mary Lawton, Carol Lay, Tim Lockley, Chris Monroe, Steve Moore, P.S. Mueller, Mark Parisi, Rina Piccolo, K.A. Polzin, Hilary Price, Ted Rall, Maria Scrivan, Andy Singer, Jen Sorensen, Mark Stivers, Ward Sutton, Tom Toles, Tom Tomorrow, P.C. Vey, Kim Warp, Shannon Wheeler, Matt Wuerker, Zippy … and lots more!

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Post-Traumatic Parent Syndrome

By Ray Lesser

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I wake up in the middle of the night to the sound of the baby crying. My beautiful dream of floating on a yacht in the French Riviera fades out as the wailing becomes louder and louder, like an incoming emergency vehicle. Continue reading

Funny Times August 2014 Issue

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Cartoons about:
Bugs . Sleep . Vacations . Babies . and more

Cartoons by:  Isabella Bannerman, Lynda Barry, Bizarro, Marc Bilgrey, Harry Bliss, Matt Bors, Martin Bucella, Tom Cheney, Dave Coverly, Derf, J.C. Duffy, Tim Eagan, Benita Epstein, Martha Gradisher, Buddy Hickerson, David Horsey, Ham Khan, Keith Knight, L.J. Kopf, Mary Lawton, Carol Lay, Chris Monroe, Carlos Montage, Steve Moore, P.S. Mueller, Nina Paley, Mark Parisi, Joel Pett, Hilary Price, Ted Rall, Maria Scrivan, Andy Singer, David Sipress, Jen Sorensen, Tom Swick, Tom Toles, Tom Tomorrow, Tom Toro, P.C. Vey, Shannon Wheeler, Matt Wuerker … and lots more!

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Funny Times July 2014 Issue

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Cartoons about:
Camping . D-Day . God . Parenting . and more

Cartoons by: Isabella Bannerman, Bizarro, Harry Bliss, Ruben Bolling, Matt Bors, Martin Bucella, Dave Coverly, Derf, Bob Eckstein, Randy Glasbergen, Martha Gradisher, David Horsey, George Jartos, Ham Khan, Keith Knight, Peter Kuper, Mary Lawton, Chris Monroe, Steve Moore, P.S. Mueller, Mark Parisi, Joel Pett, K.A. Polzin, Hilary Price, Ted Rall, Flash Rosenberg, Maria Scrivan, Andy Singer, David Sipress, Barbara Smaller, Jen Sorensen, Tom Swick, Tom Tomorrow, Tom Toro, P.C. Vey, Shannon Wheeler, Matt Wuerker … and lots more!

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Funny Times March 2014 Issue

March 2014 Issue

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Cartoons about:
Films . Babies . Pot . Gadgetry . and more

Cartoons by: Isabella Bannerman, Bizarro, Harry Bliss, Ruben Bolling, Matt Bors, Tom Cheney, Dave Coverly, Roy Delgado, Derf, Tim Eagan, Bob Eckstein, Randy Glasbergen, Martha Gradisher, David Horsey, George Jartos, Keith Knight, Mary Lawton, Tim Lockley, Chris Monroe, Steve Moore, P.S. Mueller, Mark Parisi, K.A. Polzin, Hilary Price, Ted Rall, Flash Rosenberg, Maria Scrivan, Andy Singer, David Sipress, Jen Sorensen, Betsy Streeter, Tom Tomorrow, P.C. Vey, Kim Warp, Shannon Wheeler, Matt Wuerker, Zippy … and lots more!

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Overweight And Overwrought

By Ray Lesser

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This scale can’t be right. How can I possibly weigh five pounds more than I’ve ever weighed before? Continue reading

Funny Times May 2010 Issue

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Cartoons about:
Tea Party . Mother’s Day . Gardens . Spring . Health Reform . Animals . Art . Thinking . Money . Work . Fast Food . Kids

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Cartoons by: Isabella Bannerman, Bizarro, Harry Bliss, Ruben Bolling, Bruce Bolinger, Dave Coverly, Derf, Tim Eagan, Bob Eckstein, Randy Glasbergen, Martha Gradisher, George Jartos, John Jonik, Ham Khan, Keith Knight, Peter Kuper, Mary Lawton, Carol Lay, Chris Monroe, Carlos Montage, P.S. Mueller, Jack Ohman, Rina Piccolo, K.A. Polzin, Hilary Price, Ted Rall, Maria Scrivan, Andy Singer, David Sipress, Jen Sorensen, Mark Stivers, Tom Toles, Tom Tomorrow, P.C. Vey, Shannon Wheeler, Matt Wuerker, Zippy … and lots more!

 

In This Issue:

It’s Just A Matter Of (Free) Time
By Garrison Keillor

What Do Moms Really Want?
A Chance To Be Imperfect

By Lenore Skenazy

Attention Tension
By Jean Sorensen

Bob’s Garden: An Exercise In Fruitility
By Saralee Perel

The People’s Republic Of America
By William Brown

The Borowitz Report
By Andy Borowitz

A Leap In Cow Control
By Dave Barry

Art Colony
By Andrei Codrescu

This Is Your Brain On Level 3
By Bruce Cameron

French Fast Food Restaurants
The Week Contest

By Lenore Skenazy

Advice From My Eight-Year-Old Me
by Raymond Lesser

PLUS:

Spring Cartoons
Ruminations
Lots of News Cartoons
News of the Weird
Harper’s Index
Cartoon Playground
Planet Proctor
Plus full pages of cartoons — Mother’s Day, Gardens, Health Reform, Animals, and more

Brain Center Inbox

Advice From My Eight-Year-Old Me

By Ray Lesser

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Dear Ray,

You’re all grown up now, and have probably forgotten a lot of the things you used to do. But I just want to remind you of some of my favorite stuff, which I hope maybe you’ll take some time to do just because it’s fun and why not enjoy your life even if you are old? Continue reading

Funny Times September 2009 Issue

Funny Times September 2009 issue cover

Cartoons about:
Kids . Diet . Philosophy . Work . Guys . Dreams . Art

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Cartoons by: Isabella Bannerman, Bizarro, Harry Bliss, Ruben Bolling, Bruce Bolinger, Dave Coverly, Derf, Tim Eagan, Bob Eckstein, Randy Glasbergen, Martha Gradisher, George Jartos, John Jonik, Ham Khan, Keith Knight, Peter Kuper, Mary Lawton, Carol Lay, Chris Monroe, Carlos Montage, P.S. Mueller, Jack Ohman, Rina Piccolo, K.A. Polzin, Hilary Price, Ted Rall, Maria Scrivan, Andy Singer, David Sipress, Jen Sorensen, Mark Stivers, Tom Toles, Tom Tomorrow, P.C. Vey, Shannon Wheeler, Matt Wuerker, Zippy … and lots more!

 

In This Issue:

A Doctor in the House
By Bruce Cameron

The Borowitz Report
By Andy Borowitz

The Funny Times Interviews Lenore Skenazy, “America’s Worst Mom”

The Beauty of Ordinariness
By Garrison Keillor

Stuff Guys Do
By Dave Barry

End of the Line
By Colin McEnroe

10 Handy Tips for Coping With The Collapse of Everything
By P.S. Mueller

Socks on Saturday Night
By R.G. LiVolsi

Dangerous Fashions
by Ray Lesser

Curmudgeon on Liberals vs. Conservatives

PLUS:

Planet Proctor
Philosophy Cartoons
News of the Weird
Back-to-School Cartoons
Work Cartoons
Harper’s Index
Dream Cartoons
Art Cartoons

Private Tennis Lessons

Is Dad In Danger Of Losing His Job?

By Ray Lesser

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My children treat me as though I’m part of their personal staff. And they don’t think I’m doing a particularly good job.

My daughter wants me to be her secretary, and screen her phone calls. “If it’s Kevin, tell him I already left. If it’s Janet tell her I’ll be over in a half-hour.”

“What if it’s just someone who wants to talk to you?” I ask.

“Well then, obviously, tell them to call my cell phone!”

My 10-year-old son wants me to wash his laundry, and then fold it and put it away in his drawers. “And I need new socks. Buy me some more when you go to the store.”

“I don’t really know what kind you want.”

“Get me the ones that go up to the ankles, not high up on the calf, or low down at the heel. And make sure they have red stripes.”

“Maybe you’d like to come with me and pick them out yourself?”

“Don’t be silly, Dad, I’ve got to go to camp all day, and then I have a game tonight. That reminds me, I think it’s your turn to bring treats for the whole team. And please don’t get those crummy potato chips like last time. Everybody hated that. Get popsicles or ice-cream bars.”

“Those things melt, unless you bring them right at the end of the game,” I say.

“None of the other parents seem to have any problem doing that. Why can’t you?”

Meanwhile, my older son is looking for an apartment with his buddies at college. He keeps faxing me application forms to fill out. “Why do you keep sending these to me?” I ask him.

“The landlord wants the person who’s financially responsible to fill them out. And make sure you sign this one. You forgot to sign the last one, and the landlord rented it to someone else who had all their paperwork filled out correctly.”

“Ari, this is the tenth of these applications you’ve had me fill out this week. How many apartments are you renting?”

“Dad, you don’t seem to realize how tight the rental market is in this town. I need you to fill this out and fax it back right away, or we won’t have a chance to rent this apartment, either. Oh, and by the way, you said you were going to rip me a copy of that Miles Davis CD. Have you sent it yet?”

When I became a parent, I realized it was going to be a lot of hard work. But I had the na