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    My child is that frightening non-vaxed child that has caused you angst.
    The only sickness he has gotten is cold/flus and infections from his issues (ears-grommets, adenoids and tonsils).

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    Quote Originally Posted by buboven View Post
    The thing to think about is many people who dont vacinate there children have a reason for it, My cousins for instance both had perfectly healthy baby boys, although after they had their injection for mezzels, mumps and rubella they both now suffer from severe Autisum. This make me question whether i will get our little man vacinated for MMR.

    However he will be getting all other vacines and i dont believe this should be a reason for him to be excluded from any childcare, activity ect
    you are tr-oll-ing, right????
    and I'll assume you mean measles......

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    Doesnt bother me in the slightest. I am not fazed by what other parents do. What are you going to do when school time comes around? Keep going to the shops or stay at home because there could be unvaxxed kids there too? Park? Its not just daycare you have to be worried about if your that concerned. Playgroup is another example.

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    I'm sorry if I want the best for my child and I will do whatever it takes to protect him from illness which I may add a completely preventable

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alimia View Post
    I'm sorry if I want the best for my child and I will do whatever it takes to protect him from illness which I may add a completely preventable
    You do realize that even fully vaccinated children contract these illnesses don't you? And you also realize that the blame for it doesn't rest solely on unimmunized people's heads yes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alimia View Post
    I'm sorry if I want the best for my child and I will do whatever it takes to protect him from illness which I may add a completely preventable
    Good luck. The only way to guarantee your children will never come into contact with an unvaxed child is to stay home. Many of the kids at playgroup, kids activities, shops, parks, daycare, schools will not be vaccinated.

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    but you can still catch things if immunised, so the unvaccinated are more at risk!

    i dont have a problem with it and do
    not see it as a risk to
    me or my kids.

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    Every parent wants the best for their child - even those who don't vaxx.

    You have obviously decided to vaccinate your child - because you feel that's the best you can do to protect your child. Fair enough. Noone will argue your right to do that.

    I think PP are just trying to highlight and remind people that no vaxx is 100%. You can still get the disease (many who get WC are vaxx), albeit a milder version in some cases. It's important not to get lulled into a false sense of security with vaxxes and non immunising children as there is a greater likely hood that it will be caught from an adult who hasn't gotten booster shots.

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    Also, if the director is releasing that type of info I would be very concerned!

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    I don't think it matters. Isn't that why you immunise?

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