Shiharu is a high-school student who loves kids, lives in an orphanage, and works at a daycare... Until the handsome uncle of two-year-old twins offers her a raise if she'll be their babysitter. Often relying on memories of her mother's actions for guidance, Shiharu quickly finds herself falling in love with her new makeshift family.
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actually good but..
if this keep going so slow maybe this manga end at the n° 572, nice story is entertaining if u have time to read at least 20 chapter then read because this have a slow story
i read it for the twins they are so cute, yeah i like the girl and the uncle. but still i read it for the twins they make my heart skip a beat ;_; the story is adorable! i don't feel the love between the main couple (srsly is faster for other character :< but still i like the story and i'm not into this type of light-hearted shoujo)
Beautiful, soft, emotive
This is a mature drama which develops slowly but in a way which is more expressive than the spoon-fed drama of many shoujo titles. There are few of the exciting but common tropes: no roller coaster ride between times of passion and complete misunderstanding, no love triangles, no burning sexual tension. Instead you have a kind young girl who as a result of growing up in an orphanage and her own nature is a born caretaker of children, who forms a familial bond with two toddlers and their father... which over time becomes a realization of love. A love story where the "family" bonds form before the romantic ones. Its told gently, the art is good as is the writing. It's only fault may be that it lacks the passion and action younger readers may need. But I think that's a nice change from the tendency of most shoujo to dwell on acute pain rather than it's healing. I see other comments mention "fruits basket" and the phrase "good for the soul." Those are apt comparisons.
It's missing something...
If you ask a heart-warming story, this is definitely for you. The story is simple n happened in everyday-ordinary-life, while no conspirations, no hellspawners, no evildoers, but just a girl who loves child so much. Yeah, it's so light-read, that I think it needs more weight on it (because sometimes I have no impression about the story). I wonder, why I like Aria so much (a story with similar theme with this series, but no romance) while I got no much impression from this series... It seems missing something... Gah, I dunno... but that's it...
... Last updated on May 31st, 2014, 12:21am
not a boring Shoujo
really, i love shounen manga, fighting scene, harem and of course comedy
i really really have a few Shojou manga to collect, and this is one of them cute, heartwarming, and of course it can read by anyone (yeah parents, sister or niece) the moral story in here is big too...
recommended for you who want a "light" read after too much work or shounen manga...
yes, it made me cry more than twice. the main character is sweet, but not boring sweet, and you actually can feel her pain and loneliness. the characters are very well built and the kids, OH THE KIDS... they made me laugh more than i intended to. give this one a try, you won't regret it
One of my favorites
I really enjoy reading this manga and I have read it twice thought it's not complete yet , so sweet and makes me relaxed. I really love characters and their relationship. Waiting for next chapter every time I finish current chapter and I really want to see thair love blooms. I think it is one the best Shoujo manga ever.
read it until 62
I wonder if in the next few chapters they'll confess to each other. It was so light and it makes me wonder if it'll get dramatic soon. Would there be a "time skip" would they fall apart? errr.. it would be cute if they'd start dating
Almost Caught Up!!
So, I've only read up to Chapter 36 so far... I started reading this because I saw a pic of it when I was reading Gakuen Babysitters. When I first started reading this manga, I was absolutely in love with it. I mean, it's a very meaningful, and realistic. In my opinion, Shiharu somehow reminds me of Tohru Honda (Fruits Basket) in some ways. I mean, she's obviously a space cadet like Tohru lol. She shares a lot of similarities with Tohru as well. But the one thing I don't like about Shiharu is how spacey she can be. She's always like, "But, but..." or "This is yours so..." "Oh, I borrowed..." She's really conscientious about these things, and at first it was cute, but now it's just very, very old.
I really want her love-life to spice up just a little. Although, Shiharu is very, very oblivious to that sort of thing. She just recently discovered that Matsunaga-san is a "man", so to speak. Nao, is very much in love with her (for 8 years). Just to remind you, I'm speaking from 36 chapters in. It's very obvious that Nao loves her, and Matsunaga-san has a sort of attraction to her. Shiharu only view Nao as a type of brother, seeing as they "live" in the same orphanage. She views Matsunaga-san as a very nice person, but is starting to get conscious of his being.
Rio and Takera are adorable! So far, I like them! ^^ Also, Aoi-kun and Akane-chan are both adorable as well! You can't beat those two!
**Edit** (Chapter 56)... After about 20 chapters, Shiharu finally realizes her feelings. She plans on keeping it hidden... I wonder how things will turn out. It says 12 volumes on going in Japan, but I'm kind of hoping a Climax will start soon!
... Last updated on September 1st, 2013, 9:58am
the story line so slow, but idk I like it, more realistic for me.. I'm collecting the comics too, hope it's not too long, or if the authors want make it for long story, make it full of surprise then I won't feel bored when I read it ^^ so,,, give 9/10 for this manga ^^