I took the time and watched the video you posted. Truthfully, it doesn't help your case. It doesn't show any presentational skills (which makes up 99% of magic), and it was performed very well. Plus, you saying that it doesn't come out of the bottle at the end is kind of silly, as the bottle is sealed. It was just a statement that didn't make any sense at all.
As for the show, I would be hesitant if I was you. I would also be very hesitant to post any videos on this site. I will address both issues.
First, you have clearly shown a lack of understanding of kids shows. This is apparent on other topics you've been a part of (for instance, the one talking about swallowing balloons at kids shows). You've shown that you don't know what type of effects should be performed at kids shows. And because of that, you run a high risk of having your show flop. Which simply is not a good way to start paying gigs. Sometimes it's best to just swallow your pride, and turn the show down, until you're better prepared.
Second, you seem to be overly sensitive, which will be bad when you post a video. If the video you've already posted is any sign of what's to come; you will be picked apart. This isn't because we're mean, it's because we're trying to help. However, you've accused many people on this site of being mean, simply because we disagree with your view point. The majority of the time, it's because we have more experience, and know what we're talking about. Many of us here are professionals and do this for a living. We've dedicated many hours to researching many different subjects, just so that we can become better at what we do. So when we give advice, we give the best advice that we know. Now this may seem a little arrogant, but the simple truth is that some of us do know better than others. Some of our advice is a lot better then others. And some of our opinions are correct, when other people's are wrong. For instance, if Paddy states something that goes against my opinion, I usually will admit that my opinion is incorrect; because I acknowledge that he knows a lot more about the business than I do. And many times I have found that he is correct. He has the experience, and with experience comes knowledge.
That's something you don't seem to understand though, and when people correct you, you accuse them of being mean. Which may really effect you once you post another video, as people will be honest with you. And if you are as sensitive as it seems, you probably will be crushed by what people have to say. So it's just kind of a heads up.
Now, I know from past experiences that kids your age most likely won't heed the warnings of the more experienced. They go and do the show anyway, ignoring the advice we give. So, as to your list. I see that you have D'lights on it. Now, you probably assume that they are just something easy that you can pick up and perform right away. However, that is a horrible assumption. To get a good D'Light routine (which honestly, I have yet seen a kid do one), it takes months of practice. A lot of people just try to make something up on the spot with them. It doesn't work. It looks crappy, and it says a lot of negative things about you as a performer. D'Lights can be a great tool, if used properly, and given the attention that they need. But do not be mistaken and think that they are something that you can do right out of the box.
Honestly, I would say just stick to what you have, and work on that. Build better presentational skills, and work on perfecting what you know. Don't worry about adding new stuff.