Another reason why the #vaccine and #Autism debate is ridiculous

I know this is a touchy subject for many but we really should be able to talk about this without anyone freaking out.  I also know that most people won’t touch this subject with a ten foot pole but I’m not one of those people.  My readers have proven that we can discuss serious and sensitive subjects without waging war on one another.Read More



Here’s how the flu shots went this morning

As I mentioned earlier today, the boys were getting their flu shots this morning.  I firmly believe in the value of the flu shot, when they don’t screw up the strain of course.

Elliott and Gavin had to get the actual shot, while Emmett got the nasal mist. 

Elliott was really nervous but very, very cooperative.  I couldn’t be any prouder of him.  When it came time, he composed himself and received this year’s vaccine without any issues. 

Gavin of course did exemplary and that’s not a surprise. 

Emmett did well with what I think is far worse than the actual injection.… Read More



Let’s just kill the #vaccine debate and focus on more important things

I really try to be open minded towards people of differing opinions but it’s getting harder to do that…

With the recent news that Autism statistics are now more in line with 1/45 kids being diagnosed, I’ve seen anti-vaccine movement reving up to climb all up and down those numbers. 

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I believe in and support the vaccination of our children. 

My kids are vaccinated and so am I.. 

Nothing in life is ever 100% except for the fact that someday, we will all pass on to whatever comes after this life. 

The vaccine debate is pointless and really doesn’t hold water.  In fact, it’s even becoming harmful. 

It’s estimated that 1% of the world is Autistic and yet each year, 85% of the world’s children receive vaccines….… Read More



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