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Cast Your Vote:

    • No vaccinations -- Votes: 12
    • Delayed/selective vaxing -- Votes: 21
penispenispenisVAGINA 4 kids; Idaho 7119 posts
Sep 16th '13
Quoting I Stab People:" no im not being silly. i see NO correlation between her story and using it as a reason for not vaxing. ... [snip!] ... children, ESPECIALLY since there is not a vaccine for sars! its not even like he caught something that the vaccinate against."


My point proven RIGHT THERE that you don't read. I'm done with you until you learn how to read.

I Stab People 3 kids; Zambia 6604 posts
Sep 16th '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting penispenispenisVAGINA:</b>" My point proven RIGHT THERE that you don't read. I'm done with you until you learn how to read. "</blockquote>




Please tell me what in your little head I am missing. Your so got vaccinated. He then got SARS. He was not vaccinated for SARS because there is no vaccine.




How. Does that. Mean ANYTHING?



I get vaccinated against hepatitis B.



I contract HIV




It proves nothing. Other than hepatitis b vaccine doesn't protect against HIV-- which its not stated to anyway

A, E & W's mommy 4 kids; 1 angel baby; Bulgaria 18453 posts
Sep 16th '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting I Stab People:</b>" no im not being silly. i see NO correlation between her story and using it as a reason for not vaxing. ... [snip!] ... children, ESPECIALLY since there is not a vaccine for sars! its not even like he caught something that the vaccinate against."</blockquote>



A few of us have explained it quite clearly to you and you're the only one who doesn't get it (this should tell you something)

I Stab People 3 kids; Zambia 6604 posts
Sep 16th '13
Quoting A, E & W's mommy:" <blockquote><b>Quoting I Stab People:</b>" no im not being silly. i see NO correlation ... [snip!] ... A few of us have explained it quite clearly to you and you're the only one who doesn't get it (this should tell you something)"


no. it really doesnt. other than you think theres a huge goverment conspiracy to use our troops as guinea pigs, which still doesnt say why you should vaccinate a infant

Bee. 1 child; Halifax, NS, Canada 683 posts
Sep 16th '13


Quoting 1stTimeBabyMaker:" What did you choose and why? I'd like to go either route, but I have this fear in the back of my mind ... [snip!] ... can you mommas tell me what you chose and how you went about it please? Also if you had the same fear how did you get over it?"



I did every vaccination that was needed, on time. I feel it's best to do it young. Plus, if they do get a bit of a fever or something, it's better for a baby to sleep through it, rather than a 1 year old. Babies will forget about the pain/sickness quickly.



However, my daughter never had any reactions at all to any of her needles. She cried when they poked her, but that's it. No fever, no fatigue - nothing. I was terrified of getting her one year vaccinations (due to hearing stories) and she handled them like a pro.



I was going to not vaccinate and I'm so thankful I changed my mind.



Just one of the reasons I'm glad I vaccinated is during a day at the park, my daughter got a nasty cut. I didn't know exactly what cut her. I was extremely worried about her getting Tetanus, but checked her vacc. card and seen she had already been vaccinated against it. I would have drove myself insane worrying about something simple like that....



I'm sooo pro vaccination! Lol

user banned 1 child; California 4565 posts
Sep 16th '13

Thanks for all the input ladies! I'm gonna make a separate post about selective and delayed vaxing right now if you could give me advice on that

Aiden&Jensen's Mommy Due November 23; 2 kids; 2 angel babies; Indiana 209 posts
Sep 17th '13

I didn't get my son any vaccines besides the one's directly after birth until he was a year! I didn't want him to get shots or anything like that! He was NEVER sick and then my family started calling me a bad mother for not getting his shots and everything.. And then I wanted to put him in daycare and they refused to take him until he had his shots updated! It's very frustrating. I started his shots and he almost instantly got his first ear infection and it was hell honestly!!

BridgetsMommy(: Due December 2; 2 kids; 73 posts
Sep 17th '13

If people would do research and see what ingredients are in the vaccines and see what they are pumping their babies full of, maybe half of them would stop doing. I seen many of the ingredients and was disgusted at what they deem "ok". So many harmful ingredients we are told not to take, but it's ok in a vaccine for infants and children that are not even 1/4th of our size.

hunnybunn_12_14 2 kids; sharon, wi, United States 184 posts
Sep 17th '13

i chose not to get flu shot..chicken pox shot and im delaying the MMR shot til he is 3 years old

Bee. 1 child; Halifax, NS, Canada 683 posts
Sep 17th '13

All of us got vaccinated and we turned out fine!

user banned 1 child; California 4565 posts
Sep 17th '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Miss-B ♥:</b>" All of us got vaccinated and we turned out fine!"</blockquote>




Yea but I just don't like the idea of pumping my daughter full of stuff that I have no clue about and from what I've heard there are cures for most things we give shots for so if she does catch something it can still be fixed. Chickenpox vax is a good point to this, if she catches them naturally shell be forsure immune so whats the point of giving her a shot that only lessens the effects of it, there's no guarantee she won't catch it if she gets the shot. And before anyone says "why wouldn't you want to make it half as bad for her if she gets them?" I had it as a kid and it wasn't that bad

M♥MMY to 3 Girls & Due August 6 (boy); 3 kids; California 1943 posts
Sep 23rd '13
Quoting Ray Jr's Mama(::" i think the growing number in measles should be enough for people to realize there kids should be vaccinated.im 100% with vaxing."


That is definitely just your opinion.