from the blog.

Graphing Motherhood: The Shenanigans of a Toddler and Dog in Cahoots

Q: What do you get when you cross a mom with a science background and flying squirrels twin toddlers?

A: Graphing Motherhood!

Our very own Bex started a series of hilarious graphs, flow charts, and all things that visually display not-so-scientific data in an effort to chronicle life with her exuberant toddlers.

Here’s one inspired by our team member Lauren’s toddler and dog. We’re sure that parents of human and furry babies alike will be able to relate:


To see more in the series, visit Graphing Motherhood on Facebook.

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