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Geekasaurus is a silly little comic about a geeky family. Specifically, my geeky family, and all the antics and hijinks of my daughter. You’ll read along as we go on adventure after adventure, documenting the unexpected chuckles (and sometimes hard truths) along the way. As my husband and I learn to navigate being new parents, I’ll be sharing the hilarity, one comic at a time.

Kali Moulton

Look At Us, All Making Friends and Whatnot


Dancing Queen

Alice loves ABBA. This discovery was made by accident when Wayne put on Netflix and scrolled down to Mamma Mia! She didn’t stop dancing.  Normally I enjoy adding comedy to my posts. I like to crack groanworthy jokes in the hopes that it makes at...

Best Intentions

I make resolutions. I just don’t share them. That way, when I ultimately fail, no one knows ...  To read the latest Geekasaurus, visit GeekMom.Com every Wednesday.  You can check out more Geekasaurus by following me on Instagram. Send me Mom Fuel...

A Little Something

🎵Have a holly, jolly Yulemas! It’s the best time of the year!🎵  Things were quiet at home this year. We were all nursing colds (especially me). Alice had a mountain of gifts to open. She pretty much pooped out halfway through, but she really loves...

T’was The Toddler Tree of Yulemas

Toddlers + Yulemas trees = temptation. We ended up with having a basically naked tree. Yeah, part of it was being exhausted parents not finding the time to pull out decorations and sort out the toddler safe ornaments. Who am I kidding? That’s...

Making Memories

We’ve joined the “parents who have pictures of their children crying on Santa’s lap” club.  To read the latest Geekasaurus, visit GeekMom.Com every Wednesday.  You can check out more Geekasaurus by following me on Instagram.  

Understanding Comics

The Scott McCloud books are part of the reason why I became a cartoonist in the first place. If you love Geekasaurus, you can give him a nice bit of credit. They’re enjoyable to read and very informative, but it an accessible way. Each page is...

Bad Parenting Tips: Episode 3

As a kid it seemed totally normal to let a small child wander around the world, accompanied only by animals that he or she would make fight other animals …


I don’t know why this is. It just seems like a universal rule.  To read the latest Geekasaurus, visit GeekMom.Com every Wednesday.  You can check out more Geekasaurus by following me on Instagram.  

Scavenger Hunt

Good luck to The Legion of Leaches +1 in your scavenger hunt! I hope you get ALL the points! 


This is a tribute to Stan Lee. 

Deep Thought

The tiny Dinosaur is talkative. She has around 25 words now. The latest addition to her vocabulary is “outside” as of yesterday. She babbles nonstop telling story after story. I’m consistently amazed at how quickly she picks things up. It makes me wonder, what is she...

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I have a daredevil child and I’m sick. All I want is to sleep it off with Sudafed and Aleve but work-from-home parents don’t get sick days. I wasn’t sure if I would even get this comic finished in time. Somehow I managed to push through anyway. Now my daredevil child...

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#WorldsOkayestMom – Lunch

I thought I was going to be one of those moms. The mom that makes the cool lunch with the awesomely geeky themed food items. I know, my kid is only 1 year old, so it’s not like it matters that much if she gets dinosaur sandwiches. I’m a creative person. I have whole...

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Independence Day

I haven’t seen the movie Independence Day in years. I thought that it must be on Netflix or Amazon Prime, or even Hulu given that it’s the 4th of July. Who doesn’t want to watch Will Smith defeat the aliens and save the Earth on Independence Day? Am I the only one? If...

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Munch and Run

No food is safe in this house, but the magic word over here is “cracker.” Crackers get us through the store, that cranky period before dinner, and are my go-to source for bribery. All hail the mighty cracker.

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Every Child is My Child

Every child is my child. Every. Child. I was at work and someone shared a funny video where a parent gave a toddler some wasabi. The little girl could only meekly peep out “Help me” before the parent in the video began laughing. Other people found it hilarious and...

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Big Shout Out to my Supporters on Patreon

I can’t do it without amazing Geekasaurs like you. You’re better than awesome! 

Wayne Moulton Jr, Lindsey Castellon, Emily Reddy, Lauren Haffner, Daniela Freeman, Celosia Crane, Kasey Darnell, Kristi Fox, and Nancy Vawter. 

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