or for little girls, when they got their ears pierced?
my youngest is 10 months. she doesn't budge, wince or cry or anything when she gets a shot. yesterday i got her right ear re-pierced cause they did it too low when she was an infant and again, she acted like it didn't phase her.
don't get me wrong im glad that stuff doesn't hurt her. but my other two scream bloody murder when they got their shots. i thought that was a pretty normal reaction!
she must just have a really high pain tolerance? anyone else with a child like this? i wonder what her childhood will bring, if she's this tough now she'll probably be the kid falling out of trees daily and climbing right back up them, not knowing her leg is broken or something! oh Lord...
My older daughter wailed with their shots and had knots in her muscles for a couple of days until we stopped doing it at the health department. None of the doctors here keep the vaccinations (they send you to the health department) so we found a doctor in the next state over and took the girls there. The woman who works at the health department should never be around kids as far as I'm concerned. The girls still did whimper, but they did not scream like she did with the health dept. nurse.
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