I think it's stupid for people who have vaccinated children to throw fits and bash parents whose children are not vaccinated. So...If your kids are vaccinated, you're basically assuming your vax'ed kids aren't really protected then if they come in contact with unvax'ed kids.. Make sense? So why is this such a problem?? I'm just searching for a straight answer...
Answer by Collinsky at 9:55 PM on May. 28, 2009
Answer by VasquezFamily at 9:53 PM on May. 28, 2009
I don't care if someone does not vax there children or if someone does. I see it as there own personnel choose.
Answer by itsallabtthem84 at 9:58 PM on May. 28, 2009
VasquezFamily I get your concept.....but also kids aren't required to be vaccd to attend school. There are ways around that. The amount of chemicals that are put into a tiny 2 week old baby is the same amount that is put into a 3,4,5,etc year old child. Those extra 30 pounds or so is a HUGE difference when all you weigh is 40 pounds. I am not completely against shots, but I think they are done too early and too close together. I have put off shots with my kids and it didn't make a single difference to have their shots started at 3 years old instead of 2 weeks old. The one thing different though is that none of my kids have had to attend daycare so it was ok in our situation to put off the shots until their body is much bigger and better equipped to handle the chemicals.
Answer by Anonymous at 10:00 PM on May. 28, 2009
Answer by Anonymous at 10:49 PM on May. 28, 2009
I selectively vax. I think the reason so many people are getting upset over parents not immunizing their children is because of the recent outbreaks of diseases that we haven't seen in years. If your 2 year old is at the playground, or a playgroup with my child that is under 12 months, and your child contracts and then infects my infant that hasn't had a chance to get a vaccine it is very upsetting. It is dangerous to the community for you to not vaccinate. I think that there are too many people that jump on the "natural" bandwagon without doing thorough research. To many it has become "trendy" to not vax.
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