A mother-of-two herself, Katie Kirby's cartoon gloriously depict the reality of parenting - something which has turned her into a bit of an internet hero.

 

Katie, 35, draws hilarious stick figure comic strips for her blog Hurrah for Gin that show the funny side of all things parenting - from tantrums to family outings. 

 

 

Can anyone guess the moral of the story?!

A photo posted by Katie (@hurrah4gin) on

 

Katie's drawings paint the real life situations we all face as parents- the good, the bad and the hilarious.

 

 

Katie spoke to the Mail Online, where she acknowledged the fact that she does have critics but "most readers realise that of course I love my children completely, it's just about laughing at the funny side of life with them.'

 

 

Got that Friday feeling 

A photo posted by Katie (@hurrah4gin) on

 

Katie has managed to achieve a very impressive social media presence since starting her blog in 2013, with 20,300 followers on instagram and over 175,000 likes on facebook

 

 

Revision

A photo posted by Katie (@hurrah4gin) on

 

When asked about her inspiration for starting her blog, Katie told the Mail Online that "parenting is hard, and sometimes you can either laugh or cry about it."

 

As a mother of two young boys, she felt that "parenting magazines depict a very specific reality and sometimes it just isn't like that at all."

 

 

It's a conspiracy theory!

A photo posted by Katie (@hurrah4gin) on

 

 

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