Monday’s Mama is Two-Dimensional AF.

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live in James’s Giant Peach? Or maybe Toontown? Or a Cool World?

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Erika from Dorky Mom Doodles totally lives in that world with her family. At least, she lives there on the internet (where you can be anything you want to be especially if you want to be mean in the comment section which Erika is decidedly NOT).

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Erika is SUPER nice. A super nice cartoon mom that shares all of the hilarious things her cartoon family does with all of  us three dimensional people. She’s basically the Matt Groenig of Mommy Blogs and EVERYONE loves the Simpsons.

If you haven’t seen Dorky Mom Doodles, go check her out now. I’ll wait.

You can also find her on Facebook and Twitter. She isn’t on Instagram anymore but she TOTALLY belongs there. Doodles belong in squares!! We can try to convince her if we work together. Let’s start by signing this petition! (<–you can click there or you can TOTALLY CLICK THE PICTURE BELOW because I figured out how to turn a picture into a link!!)

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Dorky Mom Doodles creator Erika is a SAHM to two kids. When she isn’t busy with the typical mom stuff (soccer, changing diapers, and refereeing shouting matches), she enjoys Netflix binges, reading, and creating bad AWESOME doodles for her blog. (She said bad. I said awesome. I am correct.)
She answered a few questions for me and it turns out she is even cooler than I knew.

1. Do you have any training in art or are you just naturally amazing?

I haven’t taken an art class since middle school, so no, I have no training whatsoever. This is probably painfully obvious at time considering how badly drawn the arms on my people are!

2. If you could be any superhero, with both their powers and weaknesses, which would you choose?

 
Wonder Woman. She is nothing short of amazing, and having that lasso of truth would certainly come in handy at times — especially when I’m trying to get to the bottom of some kid drama.

3. It’s the PTA Bake Sale: homemade, store bought, or NOPE?

Homemade. I usually hate functions like this, but I can bake the hell out of some cookies, cakes, and pies. I’ll take one for the team just so I can show off.
Erika rocks. Plus she once made my dreams come true by Doodling Babystar and I and she even made my hair purple. Thank you, Erika!!
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(Look! I hyperlinked the picture again!! I am basically a computer nerd now.)
(I wish.)

21 thoughts on “Monday’s Mama is Two-Dimensional AF.

  1. Signed the petition. Love the DMD a lot. Glad I found her on the A to Z. Thanks for spotlighting her, Dee. I’ll have to check out your blog now. Even though my kids are grown (youngest will be 21 next month) and I am old(er) than you guys, I certainly can relate to all you draw/write about and I can laugh since I am on the other side of it. πŸ™‚

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      1. You don’t look old enough to have a 21 year old. It definitely is a different kind of parenting. Mostly I need to remember not to say “I told you so” very often. Occasionally one will say “Mom, you were right.” I just smile. I have three children total, with a 10 year gap between the first two (now 31 yo girl and 29 yo boy) and our youngest girl.

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