• 10 Funny Comics About Parenting in Cute Manga Style to Brighten Your Day

    Need a little mirth in your day? Have some comics brought to you by Veronika's Little World
  • Graphic designer Veronika Kahrmadji is a mom to two girls, a 6-year-old and a 2-year-old. Just picture how full of life (and maybe mess too from toys lying around) her home is with two energetic and spirited little girls in the house. 

    You don’t have to imagine too hard though because she’s chronicled her family’s everyday comings and goings into comics she’s created called “Veronika’s Little World.”

    “I love finding humor in most of the annoying and stressful parenting moments, and I also use the comic strip to express the love, the simplest pleasures and the pride of being a mother of two highly active little girls, which I hope is shared with mothers all over the world,” she told Huffington Post.


    Illustration by Veronika Kahrmadji/Tickled Pink Confetti

    According to the Australian-based Indonesian artist, her comics are “semi autobiographical” so yes, her totally relatable comics were taken from real events. Her choice of topics range from the struggles of finding “me-time”, the stubborn refusal of toddlers to be properly dressed, the frantic rush of mornings, and everything else in between. 

    Her drawing style is inspired by Japanese manga, she says on her blog TickledPinkConfetti.com.au, which we think does a great job on accentuating the cuteness of her little girls. 


    Illustration by Veronika Kahrmadji/Tickled Pink Confetti



    Illustration by Veronika Kahrmadji/Tickled Pink Confetti

    On browsing through her comics you’ll notice how fashionable the characters are. That’s because Veronika herself is quite fashion-forward. “I am quite particular when it comes to fashion and I DO so LOVE dressing up my children,” she says on one of the posts on her blog. We’ve already taken notes for when we need mommy fashion inspiration.


    Illustration by Veronika Kahrmadji/Tickled Pink Confetti



    Illustration by Veronika Kahrmadji/Tickled Pink Confetti



    Illustration by Veronika Kahrmadji/Tickled Pink Confetti



    Illustration by Veronika Kahrmadji/Tickled Pink Confetti



    Illustration by Veronika Kahrmadji/Tickled Pink Confetti



    Illustration by Veronika Kahrmadji/Tickled Pink Confetti



    Illustration by Veronika Kahrmadji/Tickled Pink Confetti

    “I'd like to think of the comic strips as something akin to a mothers group where we complain and laugh a little about everyday dealing with our children,” she said. “We really need a great sense of humor if we want to get through parenthood with our sanity intact!”

    Looking for more Veronika's Little World? Check out the Tickled Pink Confetti blog, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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