Jyldyz Bekova is a talented artist and a dedicated mom of two beautiful children, Arina and Kamilla, who decided to show her joys and struggles as a parent in funny and adorable watercolor illustrations. Bishkek-based (Kyrgyzstan) artist paints how little life moments, such as cooking, going to the bathroom or simply sleeping, look when you are responsible for those cute little human beings, and those who have kids will find it hilariously relatable. Scroll down to find out more!
Either you come out mama are we are coming in
This is what i mean with peace is paradise. But moms will only appreciate it when they no longer have it. Now we can see why she’d like to be elsewhere.
Yes, They have good ears. Very good ears. And obviously a non-eye motion detection organ.
Were you like this when you were a kid? How do they know? Honestly, it’s like they have an alarm system built in their brains.
sooo true 🙂
The boobs … sooo true 🙁
When the bed is all yours. Co-sleeping is good they said. It will increase the bond they said.
Sometimes when I wake up, these little feet are on my face! It’s annoying, but cute!
Sometimes we aren’t just bothered anymore
The mom is so stressed out that she has stress acne! Poor mom. Waterworks .. a mom could drown in all those tears
Pfft! The dad’s like- I did my job!
Mom must undo dads mistakes AND do it right!
Wherever mum is, the kids are!
It is almost like looking at human Velcro.. I am stuck on you. LOL
Some people have one, two or three children, some people have six children or more and some people have no children at all. And it’s all good 🙂
Dont be crazy everyone. You all had been kids ones, thanks your mother you can enjoy this word. Dont be selfish a give a life to someone else, is hard but is also beautiful. No one can give you so much love and care in old age like family, not cats, not dogs, rabits…family means to be strong, not alone, not useless. Dont fear, kids scream only few years, later they run away, and you´ll be happy to see them 🙂 Mothers are heroes!
Trouble is always brewing. Super Mom!
Cooking with the kids! And its always when you try to cook that they just want you to be so close to them lol relatable.
This is exactly how Joey found us napping the other day after a feed.
Artist and new mom Amanda Oleander beautifully captures the early months of parenthood in illustrations she shares on her popular Instagram account. In May 2021, she and husband Joey welcomed their first child, Benny. Since then, her son, now 8 months old, has been a major source of inspiration for her work.