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    Quote Originally Posted by Atropos View Post
    Pro vaccination and vaccinating to schedule.
    OP this is an extremely contentious topic on here, as a PP mentioned there are specific sections for those that are pro vax and those that are anti or delayed/selective. If there is something specific you want to know, best to ask in the appropriate section
    Did not realise it was sectioned of like that when it an everyday general parenting decision?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ready baby 3 View Post
    Did not realise it was sectioned of like that when it an everyday general parenting decision?
    Same could be said for many other contentious topics

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    I tried looking for information on this but found it all very confusing on for and against I'm still confused! I know it's a big topic on hub! In saying that I thought each one could provide some valid points for new time mums

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    We will be very much delaying and selecting.
    I am all for non vaccinating but DP is for delay/select vaccinating. We have sat down and decided which ones we will do and when

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    Ladies I have moved it under child health issues under immunisations which should be vaccinations anyways.

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    Pro vax 100%

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    delayed and selective here too

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    Delayed.

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    DD1 on time and to schedule.
    DS1 on time and to shedule, except varicella.
    DD2 on time and to schedule except varicella.
    DS2 delayed by at least 6mths and selective, no varicella, or roto virus. Under the instruction of his peadiatric cardiologist.

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    On time every time. I couldn't stand to see my children struggle with / die from a disease which could have been prevented.

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