This week's New Yorker cover features a playground filled with dads — and one mom.
At first I thought it was commentary on how more fathers are handling child care during the "mancession" (though apparently the mancession is over).
Then I read the name of the artwork, which was created by Chris Ware: "Mother's Day."
I think the message is the best way to pay homage to moms is by taking the kids for the day.
Maybe the solitary mother is single?
(Hat tip to Daddytypes.com for this.)