From Benita Bendon Campbell, a link to a recent One Big Happy strip, in which a child’s eggcorn becomes a portmanteau:
Ruthie has eggcornishly reanalyzed periodical on the basis of her knowing the word pterodactyl. Corrected, she then hopes to treat her word periodactyl as a portmanteau of periodical and pterodactyl.
One Big Happy is a daily comic strip written and illustrated by Rick Detorie, detailing the daily adventures of a six-year-old girl named Ruthie.
Ruthie often visits the local public library for story hour with the Library Lady, and annoys her with ceaseless questions and variations on her own tales.
Ruthie … frequently misunderstands and misuses words she hears. [Her 8-year-old brother] Joe has a better handle on words, but often has trouble spelling them.
The title One Big Happy has some linguistic interest of its own: it’s a truncation of the cliché one big happy family, and the result is a non-constituent title.