Yehuda Devir, and wife Maya Devir, have welcomed a baby girl named Ariel -- who also has an Instagram account of her own!
And to commemorate the occasion, there was a lovely life shift in his illustrations, previously mostly based on marriage -- now it's all about love and parenthood.
The new illustrations are relatable for all parents, but it definitely sprinkles some humor into this thing we call life.
Congratutions, Yehuda and Maya Devir!
"17 Hours After 17 hours of endless labor pains we did it!!! We received a new angel to the family!!!"
"It's a girl!!!"
"Happy Birthday you Sexy Momma!!!"
"Please go to sleep"
"The First Shower"
"Shot to the heart and nurse to blame!"
" It's OK.. --
It's okay when she cries in your hands
It's okay that she only wants her mom
It's okay that you can't put her to sleep
It's okay that you still don't understand your status
It's okay that you don't have that connection, that everybody is talking about
It's okay that you still don't understand your job definition
It's okay that you don't make her laugh
It's okay that you're tired
It's okay that you're angry
It's okay that things don't work out for you
It's okay to ask for a hug
It's okay to share your partner with everything you go through, even if it doesn't seem so manly
It's okay that your life has changed
It's okay that your plans have been canceled
It's okay that you have no time for anything
It's okay to feel weak
It's okay to be moody
It's okay to feel lonely
It's okay to ask for help
"I miss you already... --
If I thought giving birth was the hardest thing a woman had to go through in her life then I was wrong! Separating a woman from her baby is a million times harder.
I thank every day that we have been blessed with a job we enjoy and make millions of people happy with us, but the work requires us to travel quite a bit, which means we have to leave Ariel in the hands of her loving grandmothers.
Maya is a true hero the way she flies off for work every time despite the difficulty in parting from Ariel and manages to put her future ahead of her own personal struggle. She keeps saying that separating from Ariel is the hardest thing she's ever experienced, and it doesn't get easier from time to time, even though it makes sense it will. So, there is no sense in parenting... Only what the heart feels.
Being a career person while raising a family is perhaps one of the most difficult challenges we would have to face in life. I don't know what we would do without both of our amazing mothers. I guess mother love to her child has no expiration date."
"Embrace the changes"
"I love you so OUCH!"
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