ha ha ha ha ha! So funny, and so true! great! love the eyes on the dayd and the curly q - on the baby!
Hahaha.... wet wet wet. :)
Awwww... those were the days! No, these are the days, no, those were, these are... shucks, they still let me kiss them at the bus stop, it's all good. That little nubbin of a baby is so cute he makes me giggle. And that diaper the size of Papa's hand-- you got that right! Such befuddlement on his face-- soon he'll be slinging him around like a sack of potatoes!
Hahaha... beautiful! And so funny!! Can totally relate hahaha... I remember the first diapers changing... defenitly need a diapering for dummies book!! Love your characters!
The diaper changing years. Remember them well. LOL!
This is so funny. But lucky me: my son never soaked me.
This is hilarious! Love the book dad is holding. The baby is so cute, I've had that happen a time or two with my boys!
He must have skipped that chapter. Very funny!
lol so funny!!
Hi Jack,HA! Love your take on the word soaked. Very funny!
Again and again: ROFL !! Indeed, such things happen !
...I tried to post a comment...but the blog just ''eat it'':))) I was saying that after the ''secret contest''..now is impossible to not think about some new secret clues in the diapers or the book:)) Funny illo!!!!!
Hilarious! That happened to my oldest boy, who learnt very quickly not to stand at that end of the change table while his baby brother was being changed.
The addition of the book is hilarious.
BAHAHAHA! Ewwww! I'm so glad I had girls. :)
oh this is wonderful, Jack!. I love all the details in this piece - the spray is really really good :D))
I've been there a few times!! Haha, funny portrayal of the topic!
hahahaha, fabulous Jack, Diapering for Dummies... LOL
Ahahaha!This is fantastic:)
Was this a personal experience? It sure was to me!! I remember keeping guard whenever I changed my boy's diaper. Good thing I got quicker with the towel covering and of course, ducking. Good one, Mr. Jack! :))
lol Cute!!! It happened to me with my son too! Good work!
been there, done thatandbeen there, done that again,andbeen there, done that yet again...I never learned; it always came as a surprise no matter how much I thought I was prepared...The baby's expression is spot on! It's all good for him.nicely done.
luckely I have a daughter as you were lucky not to get soaked playing nearby water!!
great one and fun too, as always ;)*
Really funny, love it:)
Too Funny! Love it and perfect for IF word of the week! I think we've all bee there! LOL
Simply awesome, Jack! You are so witty. It's been far too long and I just wanted to swing by for my dose of creativity and humor. Your work makes me smile! I hope you've been well..today has been a good painting day so it has brought some sunshine in my world (thought it's raining right now..crazy!).
Gee I have heard people in England (south) pay good money for that..... so those really aren't handkerchiefs they have on their heads...Jack, boy you is one crackup! Heh, and so apt for the prompt. And this must be from personal experience? :) I cannot wait till I am 70 and send my DNA away on the internet to get a baby made and posted back...I will be on your doorstep then, asking you where to get a copy of that book :)cheers from Odzthanks for making me laugh :)
jajajaj usually happens. Greetings Jack
Been there, done that too. The book title is priceless, as if. Great work again.
heheh this is hilarious!!! :Dim SOOOOOOO glad to be here again, sorry ive been away, oh well, you know the story about my blog....
hope you are well Jack!!!!!
love it Jack.. an original and funny response to the word! :)
Great one Jack. Clever, hilarious and true... I've been there a few times. In learning daiper skills, you get fast, or you get soaked
haha, poor dad. Great work, Jack XD
Wonderful! Luckily I had girls!
Awesome Jack... I just love this bad dad... This is very cute and funny.. Those colors are absolutely perfect matching for this images.. I love it.. Thanks for this great post. outsourcing web design
Been there...great...I had my daughter throw up dippin dots on my head when she was three...carrying her on my shoulders through the mall...