Fatbastards photoblog

Saturday, December 26, 2009

Oregon 2008

Though these are late, here are some pictures of our yearly summer camping.
From LA to Crater lake in Oregon, lots of fun. I cant put all the pics here, but just a few of the kids :)

Sunday, July 30, 2006

new pics of the children

Here is an update of the children over the past year...

Aiyana will be 4 soon and has had her first recital

Thomas and Chayton are both 2 now and I now understand the term "terrible twos"

Monday, May 02, 2005

0620.3The latest addition to our family!

Evil Puppy?...No way! Posted by Hello
I decided to post Pics of my new puppy as my daughter always wanting to go see the kitties at darkangel's, one of my new and good blogger friends (fast becomming the blinkie queen).

This is our newest baby. We've had him one month and he is a dream puppy. Not like the nightmare eyes show. His name is Mee-Kow, which is translated as Polar Bear. My daughter named him as she has a huge stuffed polar bear and they are nearly identical. He is a Maremma Sheepdog with a breed heritage that goes back over 1000 years. I was looking for a puppy for a couple of month, and I saw this one listed in the paper. I had not heard of a "maremma" so I looked it up. Unbelievable dog. He has a reputation as a "ferocious wolf killer" yet loving and gentle with children. This is important as this neighborhood loses animals to Coyotes. You can read more about them here if you want.

So the first couple of days, I am wary as I watch the twins tackle him, pull ears, take food from his mouth and every other nightmare situation. I'm telling you, this is "super puppy" as he just sits and takes all they give. He is very rough with me so, he know the difference. This puppy get's hit with blocks toy shovels, you name it. He is 4 months now and will grow to 100 lbs average. He can already hand-shake, speak and sit...mr too smart.

I am continually amazed by him. Yesterday we went to a horse park in the country and a full grown, large dog, came to to investigate us. The puppy went to the end of his rope (5 m) and sat staring at the dog. No bark, no growl, no emotion just sat between my family and the dog. My wife called the dog and I tried to push the pup in her direction and he spun around back to his guard position. After about 5 minutes, the dog unsettled by the stare, left. When the dog was out of site (1 km), the puppy returned to his play as if nothing happened. Amazing
where's the puppy? Posted by Hello
caught you... Posted by Hello
sweet ... Posted by Hello
Sweet sleeping friend Posted by Hello
who's stealing the bone from who(m) Posted by Hello

Saturday, April 16, 2005

hahahaha.. Posted by Hello

Sunday, April 10, 2005

Wow, i can really smile Posted by Hello

5 months old Posted by Hello

Aiyana at 8 weeks old Posted by Hello

Saturday, April 09, 2005

Photo Blog

This is Fat Bastard's photo Blog. I created it to show my phots and not have to use too much of my other blog space. Click on the Link to my View Points Blog and read about controvertial topics or post an idea to discuss.