These Cartoons Perfectly Describe Every Family During Quarantine

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Life in lockdown has been strange for families across America. Many people are looking for any humor they can find in these unprecedented times—including cartoonist and mom of two Adrienne Hedger.

The mom has been on lockdown with her husband, Jack, and two teenage daughters, Kate, 16, and Claire, 14 in San Clemente, California. She’s taken to making cartoons of the strange situations she’s been finding herself in at home with her family, and moms across the globe, regardless of their kids’ ages, can relate.

In one cartoon, she jokes about the never-ending cycle that involves accidentally touching your face and then immediately washing your hands, while in another, she details how handwashing can be fun—but only the first few times. Other hilarious cartoons? One showing how strange she and her husband find looking at gatherings of people who are less than six-feet apart;…

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