After the game, they do a fireworks show on Friday nights. Now I didn't tell the kids about this part because we might not have gotten them in the stadium if they knew they had fireworks to look forward to. They had melt downs just a few weeks ago on July 4th at the sight and sound of the neighborhood fireworks so we spent the night in our living room floor watching "Thunder on the Mountain" live in the quiet of our home. I hoped this experience would be better. Alas, when Haynes figured out that fireworks were about to begin, he sat like this about five whole minutes prior to the first blast. Bless his heart. As soon as they started, Brookelynn ran to me crying, fear in her eyes. But as we all know, fireworks shows end almost as soon as they start. What may have seemed like forever to them, seemed like only a minute to me. After the grand finale of fireworks and Brookelynn's dramatics, do you know what she did? She clapped for the fireworks and said "That was soooo fun!" That pretty much sums up what I think was everyone's feeling about the entire night. It was very fun and we plan on doing it again soon.