Usually rules applied:
1. Blow torches encouraged.
2. Try not to get set on fire (but you get a certain kind of prestige if you manage to get singed a bit... I was the first to be set on fire at an Extravaganza and it has become an important tradition.)
3. If you do get set on fire, survive.
Sam went and got the boom booms while I hung out with Henry. He was napping.
We have a certain vendor we like and they treat us wonderfully. They are awesome people I know through IDVA and BB, so you know they rock.
We started around 8pm so the kids could do their sparklers.
Drew was getting all the shots early so we would remember what we looked like before after the smoke cleared.
This one too.
(Actually, I think I'm looking great for being 4 months postpartum. You agree with me right now or I will poke you with a pointy stick.)
We set her on fire while she was holding Henry! Check out where we burned a hole in her shirt! Impressive! Henry has a scorch mark on his head too. I guess we have to start over our calendar of how many days since we set a kid on fire. Dangit.
All in all, it was a great show. The guys ran through the finale as they always do. It was awesome. We had tons of fun explosions and we loved our group of friends.
The final burn tally was 4. Impressive. Half were sparkler related burns of course. Little kids...
Can't wait to see who gets set on fire next year!