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Kippei is busy trying to become Kokoro's boyfriend and slips back into his irresponsible ways. He oversleeps and doesn't have time to make Yuzuyu's lunch. Even worse, he spends an afternoon with Kokoro, forgetting to pick up Yuzuyu at kindergarten. Kippei is busy trying to become Kokoro's boyfriend and slips back into his irresponsible ways. He oversleeps and doesn't have time to make Yuzuyu's lunch. Even worse, he spends an afternoon with Kokoro, forgetting to pick up Yuzuyu at kindergarten.


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Kippei is busy trying to become Kokoro's boyfriend and slips back into his irresponsible ways. He oversleeps and doesn't have time to make Yuzuyu's lunch. Even worse, he spends an afternoon with Kokoro, forgetting to pick up Yuzuyu at kindergarten. Kippei is busy trying to become Kokoro's boyfriend and slips back into his irresponsible ways. He oversleeps and doesn't have time to make Yuzuyu's lunch. Even worse, he spends an afternoon with Kokoro, forgetting to pick up Yuzuyu at kindergarten.

30 review for Aishiteruze Baby, Volume 2

  1. 4 out of 5

    Radwa

    I wonder what will happen to Kippei and Yuzu when her mom comes back? I hate to see them growing so used to each other like this to be separated later. Yuzu is definitely scarred, she's afraid of being left alone and afraid of becoming a burden, and at the same time, she's helping Kippei understand a bit more about how girls think and behave, and how to be a responsible human being. On a side note, a little romance started to flourish on the side, and I like it. I wonder what will happen to Kippei and Yuzu when her mom comes back? I hate to see them growing so used to each other like this to be separated later. Yuzu is definitely scarred, she's afraid of being left alone and afraid of becoming a burden, and at the same time, she's helping Kippei understand a bit more about how girls think and behave, and how to be a responsible human being. On a side note, a little romance started to flourish on the side, and I like it.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Ibu-Chan

    Continuo con su relectura, sigue siendo una historia tierna sin mucha complicación. La relación de kippei y Yuzu me parece lo más adorable del mundo.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Ris Sasaki

    I loved to see how Kippei and Kokoro´s relationship progressed in this volume! And also loved the depth that all of the characters are getting. It´s so sweet!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This is one of my most favourite manga series. It is about a boy who has to learn to take over responsibility instead of living a rather careless, carefree life. The relationship between him an his cousin is so sweet and tender I was really hoping she would stay with Kippei for ever. I almost cried when she had to leave him for good. The relationship Kippei then establishes with his classmate Kokoro felt real and did not have the cliché Shoujo-mush. All in all, this is a Manga that can be enjoye This is one of my most favourite manga series. It is about a boy who has to learn to take over responsibility instead of living a rather careless, carefree life. The relationship between him an his cousin is so sweet and tender I was really hoping she would stay with Kippei for ever. I almost cried when she had to leave him for good. The relationship Kippei then establishes with his classmate Kokoro felt real and did not have the cliché Shoujo-mush. All in all, this is a Manga that can be enjoyed by everyone, because it lacks the said cliché plot-line and -characters. It is just a Slice-of-life story.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Treasure

    This series is very cute and handles some rather serious subjects in a light-hearted but still sincere way. Kippei, a flirty goof off playboy, ends up caring for his 6 year old cousin Yuzuyu because her mother left her, ahd Kippei must learn to care about someone other than himself and see girls as something other than his playthings. Kippei didn't grow and learn as much in this one like he did the first, but Yuzuyu is still adorable and I hope the character of Kokoro (Kippei's potential love in This series is very cute and handles some rather serious subjects in a light-hearted but still sincere way. Kippei, a flirty goof off playboy, ends up caring for his 6 year old cousin Yuzuyu because her mother left her, ahd Kippei must learn to care about someone other than himself and see girls as something other than his playthings. Kippei didn't grow and learn as much in this one like he did the first, but Yuzuyu is still adorable and I hope the character of Kokoro (Kippei's potential love interest) is expanded in other books.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Emmy

    The story is definitely developing nicely. Characters are starting to flesh out, too. In particular, I think Kippei is leaps and bounds better as a character in this volume. I love seeing how he's being changed by his relationship with Yuzu, and it was exciting to see a bit of progress with Kokoro. I'm looking forward to continuing the series! The story is definitely developing nicely. Characters are starting to flesh out, too. In particular, I think Kippei is leaps and bounds better as a character in this volume. I love seeing how he's being changed by his relationship with Yuzu, and it was exciting to see a bit of progress with Kokoro. I'm looking forward to continuing the series!

  7. 5 out of 5

    CJ - It's only a Paper Moon

    This is actually more of a serious manga that I originally thought. It deals/touches on abandonment, loss, abuse, manipulation, deception and love (and that's only in the first two mangas!). Yuzu has been abandoned by her mother and the care of the child has gone to 17 year old Kippei who is known to be a playboy. Which he is, but while he's raising Yuzu he is beginning to grow up himself. This is actually more of a serious manga that I originally thought. It deals/touches on abandonment, loss, abuse, manipulation, deception and love (and that's only in the first two mangas!). Yuzu has been abandoned by her mother and the care of the child has gone to 17 year old Kippei who is known to be a playboy. Which he is, but while he's raising Yuzu he is beginning to grow up himself.

  8. 5 out of 5

    beth {hiatus} F.

    In some ways, I feel like this was better than the last. But there were also elements that I didn't enjoy or thought were annoying/creepy/etc. I found it was surprising that Yuzu can read already, but then again I don't know the schooling system in Japan. I really hated that Kippei was flirting around with the girls even when he needed to be taking care of Yuzu. Come on, is it that hard to babysit?! Goodness. In a panel, the author described Kippei as 'always desperate' for girls. I agree. He is In some ways, I feel like this was better than the last. But there were also elements that I didn't enjoy or thought were annoying/creepy/etc. I found it was surprising that Yuzu can read already, but then again I don't know the schooling system in Japan. I really hated that Kippei was flirting around with the girls even when he needed to be taking care of Yuzu. Come on, is it that hard to babysit?! Goodness. In a panel, the author described Kippei as 'always desperate' for girls. I agree. He is pretty desperate. It's gross, to be honest. The bonus story was pretty random. Dunno how I feel about it other than that.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Abi

    This was a pretty cute second volume. It was worth the money to buy it. I like Yuzuyu and Kippei, and Kippei's sister. I'm on the fence about Kokoro. She's an interesting character. I loved the bonus story. It was super funny! This manga is pretty different from a lot of stuff out there, and I really like it. Onto volume 3! This was a pretty cute second volume. It was worth the money to buy it. I like Yuzuyu and Kippei, and Kippei's sister. I'm on the fence about Kokoro. She's an interesting character. I loved the bonus story. It was super funny! This manga is pretty different from a lot of stuff out there, and I really like it. Onto volume 3!

  10. 4 out of 5

    katy

    Ich glaube langsam das es meine Neue Lieblings Manga reihe wird ich liebe sie jetzt schon sooo *-*

  11. 4 out of 5

    Lauren

    This manga was cute overall but not really memorable in my opinion. My favorite character was Yuzuyu just because she was so cute and friendly to everyone. Even though I understand the attitude of Kippei and what he is supposed to be portraying I never like him, not even when he was with Yuzuyu. Overall it was a pleasant and nice reading experience. I would check out the anime though because I felt it to be a great deal more entertaining than reading the manga.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Jenten0018

    Hm, I can't believe they'd even let her go out alone. I mean Kippei's sister was watching her, but still whose the kid here? And Yuzu's mom is back?? Wonder how that will all play out? I know there is five more novels so Yuzu isn't leaving yet. Hm, I can't believe they'd even let her go out alone. I mean Kippei's sister was watching her, but still whose the kid here? And Yuzu's mom is back?? Wonder how that will all play out? I know there is five more novels so Yuzu isn't leaving yet.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Kathleen

    This volume had some sad and touching moments of an emotionally scarred child trying her best not to be a burden. On a lighter note, the former playboy raising her seems to be settling into more of a steady romance with a girl who has high standards!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Starbubbles

    For a girl who didn't want to be treated like all the other Kippy girls, (okay Kippei) she's certainly not acting like it. Plus, why isn't the family interacting more Yuzuyu so she can feel loved by more than just Kippy? Oh well, it's still cute and I guess I can't complain too much For a girl who didn't want to be treated like all the other Kippy girls, (okay Kippei) she's certainly not acting like it. Plus, why isn't the family interacting more Yuzuyu so she can feel loved by more than just Kippy? Oh well, it's still cute and I guess I can't complain too much

  15. 4 out of 5

    Melissa Velez Jimenez

    The second volumen of Aishiteruze baby tells us more about the new Kippei's life with Yuzuyu. The growing of that maternal feeling between the funny problems which have a playboy while try to be a "one-woman man". May be all the families would be better with a Kippei in them. The second volumen of Aishiteruze baby tells us more about the new Kippei's life with Yuzuyu. The growing of that maternal feeling between the funny problems which have a playboy while try to be a "one-woman man". May be all the families would be better with a Kippei in them.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Jane

    As far as I remember, the manga's very similar to the anime I saw a few years ago. As far as I remember, the manga's very similar to the anime I saw a few years ago.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Amy

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  18. 5 out of 5

    Katie

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  19. 4 out of 5

    Melainebooks

    Chacun essaie de trouver sa place.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Titian

  21. 5 out of 5

    Edina Biro

  22. 5 out of 5

    Julie

  23. 5 out of 5

    Alena

  24. 5 out of 5

    Soula

  25. 4 out of 5

    J

  26. 4 out of 5

    Cassidy

  27. 4 out of 5

    Jiro

  28. 4 out of 5

    Rikka

  29. 4 out of 5

    Mana-tasia

  30. 5 out of 5

    Betina Dimitrova

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