Yehuda and Maya Devir are renowned comic book creators from Israel. The couple is a force to be reckoned with in the art world, and their webcomic “One of Those Days” has amassed 5.5 million Instagram followers alone. Through vibrant, expressive, and dynamic pictures, the pair chronicles their daily activities and enjoyable parenting adventures with their two children, daughter Ariel and new son Ethan. They have a distinctive style that is immediately recognized, seizes your interest, and won’t let you go. But more than anything, you are profoundly affected by their stories because we can all identify with them so well. Do you agree, dear friends?
See some of Yehuda and Maya’s top brand-new cartoons below, and tell us what you think in the comments! once you’ve finished scrolling
#1 Only the doctor is excited, we can see pain and surprise on both the other faces
#2 This one is really a wholesome illustration
Any successful and content long-term relationship is founded on the foundation of trust. And it appears that Yehuda and Maya have complete faith in one another.
I consulted relationship guru Dan Bacon of The Modern Man for advice on how to (re)build and uphold trust in a committed partnership. He asserts that while trust can be managed to a certain extent, it is a given. The other person must take care of and honor the confidence that has been put in them without being compelled to or frequently reminded of it. You must place entire trust in the other person and allow them to look after them. You should refrain from micromanaging it. They are responsible for maintaining your faith in them by upholding it without feeling any pressure from you.
#3 Has this ever happened to you? No lies
#4 Please don’t touch me kiddo
#5 Going to all ends for trying to entertain your baby
#6 This is what bringing up a baby looks like
#7 The mommy could fix everything the Dad can not
#8 Ever went to shopping with your wife?
#9 Kids will follow you everywhere
#10 We all have been at that place
#11 This is hilarious but true
#12 You should think twice before planning to have kids
#13 No, you cannot be
Like everyone else, we have not been able to escape the limitations of the pandemic, and we must be very creative to continue working in this situation. We have transformed our conferences and workshops, taking them online, and we made sure to appear at events online as much as possible, ”Yehuda told my colleague in an interview.
#14 Yehuda and Maya also drew a lot of comics inspired by the recent Olympics.