Kaori wrote:Mihciko to Hatchin is about a single mother and her daughter. You also at the end see what the daughter's life is like after she grows up.
If you have any interest in manga you might want to consider checking out the works of Naoki Urasawa (if you haven't yet). I've only read Pluto, not his more famous works, but it had a very good range of ages in its characters from children to older adults, and my impression is that his other works also have a similar age range.
Rusty Claymore wrote:
Not sure if these count, and some are manga, but stories like Usagi Drop, Sweetness & Lightening, and Yotsuba&! are about family in general, where the parent is just about as much a main character as the child.
Sometimes I don't like "pass the torch" shows because a character I like is no longer there.
EventualDay wrote:>>Another question: do you guys like time skips in series?
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