Inspired by the comic Tiny Titans, the-dark-cat/The Black Cat not only portrays Batman as a superhero/crime fighting detective, but also as a single father trying to raise his four sons: Dick, Jason, and Tim (the three most famous Robins), and a baby named Terry. The comic is not only funny and adorable, but also succeeds at poking fun at topical points in comics, such as the Dark Knight, Batman's 70th Anniversary, and Grant Morrison. It also occasionally features other DC superheroes and their respective sidekicks/kids.You can read it here or here.
Thomas: First those kids, now (Bruce)'s brought a dog into the manor. Martha, that boy can't do anything right.
Martha:(without looking up from her book) It's nice to know that death hasn't tainted that jaunty personality of yours, Thomas.
Alfred and Jason aren't weak in this department either.
Five-Finger Discount: Done in "Don't Mess with Bats." After a bad day which gets Batman snarky, he gets on the nerves of Jesse Quick, Hourman and Dr. Mid-Nite by showing his hands "are quicker than" their eyes: he snatches Jesse's top while she runs at him, he gets Hourman's hourglass while he's making his threat (Hourman suddenly sees it's gone and on Batman, who goes "Tick Tock"), and he gets Dr. Mid-Nite's goggles, rendering him unable to see—and running into a tree.
Freudian Trio: Jason is the shoulder-devil Id (particularly the death instinct), Dick is the golden boy Superego, and Tim is hopelessly swayed between them as the Ego.
Hilariously Abusive Childhood: Bruce is very harsh in training the boys (tying them upside down from ropes order to teach them escape skills... while Tim needs to go to the bathroom), though he does try to be fair in his strictness. In "Rivalry", a montage of photos revealed that Bruce had one as well.
Hypocritical Humor: Batman rants that Green Arrow rips off everything from him; when Dick points out that Green Arrow has a daughter and he doesn't, Batman promptly decides to adopt a girl.
Men Can't Keep House: Averted. While Batman fails dreadfully at chores in the beginning of "Mr. Bat-Mom" due to having servants all of his life, getting a tip to read instructions and then doing research in the Batcave results in the same obsessive perfection that Batman usually gives to detective work.
Also, Barry performs a one-man house-cleaning service in exchange for cake.
The Nicknamer: Batman's WWE-esque nicknames in 'Take Down' range from groanworthy but acceptable (Terror Terry) to nonsensical (Fearsome Tim) to absolutely dreadful (The Dickminator).
Parental Abandonment: Of course, there's the obvious cases (Batman and all three Robins). Also, Catwoman, who is Terry's mother in this continuity, left him in Batman's care, feeling he would be safer with Bruce.
Parental Favoritism: Batman is most overtly affectionate with his youngest (acknowledged) biological son Terry, is also kinder to the youngest ward Tim, tends to be exasperated with Jason's schemes, and holds Dick to very exacting standards. But the true unfavorite? Damien.
SUNNY: I'd tell you to lick my balls if I still had them!
(Guard dog licks the glass with a loud SLURP!)
SUNNY: (horrified) Dude, he really did it!
BUTCH: (giving middle claw to a smirking guard dog) You Perv!
Thirty Xanatos Pileup : 'Mr. Bat-Mom' consists of Alfred pretending to be have a cold to have Batman take care of the boys for once, Jason and Dick scheming to get Batman back to normal so they won't have to do chores, and Tim working against Jason and Dick because he likes spending time with Batman.
Toilet Humor: Usually one-off jokes based on baby Terry, but also the entire focus of the oneshot "Better Than You".
The Unfavorite: Damien isn't even acknowledged as Batman's son despite being biologically related. Considering how biased Batman is towards Terry, that's saying something.