S: 4th of July 2011
1: Happy 4th of July Only difference this year is the sun is out and it is very warm. Cheri and the kids are in the new pool cooling down before the fireworks get started.
2: The kids are getting bigger so we had to get a bigger pool. | Got one that the adults can play in also.
3: Cheri is watching the kids from inside the pool. | 4th of July and it is hot enough to play in the pool.
4: All the kids must wear their swim jackets to help them float while they are in the pool.
8: Scott, Sydney and McClain are now playing in the pool with everyone else.
12: Everyone is getting ready to watch the fireworks. All out to the front yard.
13: Samantha and Jaydyn's shadows. Christian is covering up Jaydyn.
14: Time to do the Pop-Its
15: The fireworks are too loud for Christian so he is wearing Papa's headphones.
16: Scott is showing the kids how to do the pop-its.
17: One of the parachutes that Amanda and Kyle were chasing and trying to catch.
18: Papa showing Syndey how to light the fireworks. She is not afraid of the loud noises. | All the kids waiting for the next one to go off.
19: Amanda is trying to catch the parachutes in the neighbors yard. | Tom is lighting fireworks that has alot of smoke.
20: Catch it, Catch it. Who will get it Kyle or Amanda? The race is on to see who can get the most parachutes tonight.
21: Our house is where the kids all come to watch the fireworks. The neighbors bring out their lawn chairs to watch the show.
22: Papa and Christian sitting and waiting for it to get dark so we can start the good fireworks.
24: Sydney playing with her sparklers. This is the first year she can really enjoy the fireworks.
25: Jaydyn and Christian playing with their sparklers. Christian is not so sure about them.
26: More sparklers.
28: Amanda was playing with the sparklers and some of the sparks went down her shirt. I have a great video of it.
29: Amanda's new dance called the SPARKLER.
34: No words needed.
85: After we thought we did all the fireworks and was cleaning up we found another bag. Oh well, we will save them for next year