In this handwritten parenting zine, Ayun Halliday compactly inks in tiny type and diminutive drawings her experiences raising two small children in New York City. Inky, Halliday's three-thumbed firstborn, becomes an expat of the East Village when her parents move to Brooklyn, but she still associates with the Tompkins Square Park playground scene. Inky becomes a big sister in issue 9 when Milo arrives. An active and activist stay-at-home mom, Halliday shares birth stories and recipes as well as reviews zines and neighborhood coffeehouses. Halliday's husband, Greg Kotis, offers "advice to fathers" each issue.