The Devir family welcomed their son into the world, and here’s how things are going in 17 hilarious comics.

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Famous comic artists Yehuda and Maya Devir need no introduction: the husband and wife combination is a force to be reckoned with in the art world, and their webcomic “One of Those Days” is well-known on social media, with 5.5 million Instagram followers alone.Through vivid, expressive, and dynamic illustrations, the couple recounts their everyday life and joyful parenting adventures with their two children, daughter Ariel and newborn son Ethan.

They have an instantly recognisable aesthetic that captures your attention and refuses to let go. But most importantly, their experiences hit you hard and fast because we can all identify to them.

Have a look at some of the best new comics drawn by Yehuda and Maya below and let us know what you think of them!

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The Devir family welcomed newborn Ethan into their lives and many recent comics have been about him

Image credits: YEHUDA DeVIR OFFICIAL

Look at how happy they all are! Little sister Ariel looks particularly pleased to have a new playmate

Image credits: YEHUDA DeVIR OFFICIAL

Any effective and happy long-term relationship is founded on the foundation of trust. And it appears that Yehuda and Maya have complete faith in each other’s hearts and souls.

I went out to Dan Bacon of The Modern Man, a relationship specialist, for advice on how to (re)build and sustain trust in any meaningful relationship. He believes that trust is something that is given but not something that can be managed. It is up to the other person to look after and respect the confidence placed in them, without being forced to do so or being reminded of it on a regular basis.

“You must place your complete trust in the other person and delegate responsibility for the situation to them. It’s not something you should be micromanaging. It’s up to them to protect your faith in them by being trustworthy without feeling compelled to do so by you,”

The reality of parenting often isn’t pretty… but it sure is relatable

Image credits: YEHUDA DeVIR OFFICIAL

“In essence, you place your complete trust in the other person and trust that they will do the right thing. To reestablish trust, a couple can start from the beginning by giving one other their complete trust and then having faith that the other will look after and respect that trust without feeling obligated to do so,” says the author.

“Resentment will grow if a person feels coerced into being trustworthy, or if they are micromanaged to avoid trust breaches (e.g., needing to allow the other person access to their phone, email, or messages). In rare circumstances, a person may become disloyal in order to spite the other.”

Kids will be kids! Raising children is always a fun challenge when you’ve got the full support of your loving partner

Image credits: YEHUDA DeVIR OFFICIAL

Image credits: YEHUDA DeVIR OFFICIAL

Image credits: YEHUDA DeVIR OFFICIAL

Image credits: YEHUDA DeVIR OFFICIAL

Image credits: YEHUDA DeVIR OFFICIAL

Image credits: YEHUDA DeVIR OFFICIAL

Image credits: YEHUDA DeVIR OFFICIAL

Image credits: YEHUDA DeVIR OFFICIAL

Image credits: YEHUDA DeVIR OFFICIAL

Image credits: YEHUDA DeVIR OFFICIAL

Yehuda and Maya told Bored Panda in February about how the Israeli lockdowns affected their family. Ariel’s daycare had to close as well, so they had to get a babysitter to watch her while they worked.

“Like everyone else, we have been unable to escape the pandemic’s limits, and we must be extremely resourceful in order to continue operating in this environment. We’ve taken our lectures and workshops online, and we try to participate in as many online activities as possible,” says the professor.

Yehuda told in an interview.

Yehuda and Maya also drew a bunch of comics inspired by the recent Olympic Games

Image credits: YEHUDA DeVIR OFFICIAL

Image credits: YEHUDA DeVIR OFFICIAL

Image credits: YEHUDA DeVIR OFFICIAL

During the lockdowns, the pair had been quite busy. They released a new book as well as a new online series on their private creative life. Yehuda has loved drawing since he was a child, when he began painting on his bedroom walls. He is an incredibly hard worker who “makes the ants look lazy.” His style was heavily influenced by American comic books.

Meanwhile, his realism-obsessed wife, Maya, works on the comics with him. “We usually tighten the concept and do a few composition sketches after something interesting… happens to us. After that, I take a seat and begin working. Maya offers her suggestions for enhancement once I’ve finished, such as colour, typography, and so on. This entire process takes less than a day,” Yehuda explained.All of this process takes no more than a day,” Yehuda explained the process behind their illustrations.

The pair previously stated that once their child, Ariel, was born, they had to radically rethink their priorities. “At work, there is no longer a partnership, no longer a team… Ariel is the only one. It’s a new life for us, and we’re adjusting. But not in a negative sense. They previously stated, “This experience will produce a new and better us.” With the birth of their son, Ethan, their family has enlarged even more.

Here are a couple of photos showing the couple with their son, Ethan, after he was born

Image credits: ethan_devir

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