The FLY Proliferates.

When talking multiple, multiple births, do you name or number the children? See more Dick Chodkowski cartoons about:   Fathers,   Insects

Moose Fathers and Sons

An adolescent male moose is dressed to go out. His father is reading the newspaper. The teenager moose asks if he can borrow the antlers which sit on a shelf near the door.

Domesticated Daddy

A wolf looks a little sheepish as he faces his pack of tough-looking wolves. Yes, he’s become a daddy. He’s wearing a birthday hat, grips a frisbee in his mouth and he’s wagging his tail. And with that in mind, the leader says they’ve voted him out of the gang.

Good Start

Diplomas mean you know a little something.

It’s a Lot More Peanuts.

With diploma earned this elephant is entering the work place running. It’s a new adventure. Yes, like you, the elephant will be working for peanuts. But with a diploma it’s a lot more peanuts.

Years In the Making

The mad scientist tells Frankenstein he doesn’t have the brains graduate. All the brains are in jars on the lab table.  But you do have the brains. You are graduating. Friends are impressed. The family is relieved. Time for a monster celebration.

Without you…

A  mother duck is cruising across a lake. Her ducklings are riding her bareback. They are having fun frolicking and discovering. But they know without their mother, they’d be sunk.

Tweeting is in the DNA

This is when mothers tell you you’ll have all the time you want to tweet when you’re older.

Mother’s Timeless Advice.

Mothers encourage children not to engage in certain activities until they’ve grown-up and have a partner. Pouting is one of them.

The Best Years of Her Life.

A frazzled mother sits at the kitchen table teaching a screaming baby how to eat. The kitchen looks askew. Looking back, mother’s often say these were the best days of their lives.  Looking back, the kid kids they were his/her best days, too.

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