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12:43 pm, Nov 15 2012
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Gakuen Babysitters

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Post #603038 - Reply to (#505206) by auriga

10:47 am, Jun 11 2013
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I think you meant this? My Girl (SAHARA Mizu)

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A lot of good ones have already been mentioned, but if you don't mind Science-fiction, take a look at Yome ga Kore na Monde. by MIYATA Kouji. It's a humourous slice of life about a salaryman, his alien wife and their interspecific baby.

There is also a newly scanlated series that looks promising: Chichi Kogusa by TAGAWA Mi. The setting is ancient Japan where a wandering herbalist and workaholic tries awkwardly to raise his son after his wife's death.

ICHIKAWA Shou's Papa to Mama Hajimemashita. might fit as it deals with childcare in a more Shoujo-ish, but cute way.

Last but not least, you could peek into Nicoichi by KINDAICHI Renjuurou. Raising a child is not the main point but it does deal with a rather unusual single parent.

"Stories are what death thinks he puts an end to.
He can't understand that they end in him, but they don't end with him."
- Ursula K. Le Guin, Gifts

To be savoured:
- Blood Alone by TAKANO Masayuki
- Otoyomegatari by MORI Kaoru
- Gangsta. by Kohske
- Seishun Kouryakuhon by AKIZUKI Sorata
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