Waiver Forms for parents who do not vaccinate children!

Kristi - posted on 08/19/2013 ( 11 moms have responded )

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Hi parents,

I am a parent who doesn't vaccinate my daughter. That last time anything was ever injected in her, she was 4. Got violently ill for almost 2 weeks. Not again will I subject her to this. I've had no problems with our schools here in California. Though, they do not offer you the waiver forms that states you do no vaccinate your kids, they will take them if you get them on your own...I just downloaded and printed and signed. Not a problem at all! In California, its the parents choice if our children get injected, not the governments. My daughter who is 13, has been healthy, very healthy since she was 4. Before this, she was very sick all the time, constantly at the doctors...after she started getting vaccines. She has not had to be rushed to a doctor for this illness or that one. Our bodies are designed to fit off infections, our immunity system is for that, not injections. Now, there are some parents who totally disagree and thats their choice. I'm not going to degrade, judge or be cruel to their choices. I ask the same from you:) Good luck parents...remember, you have the choice, not the government! Just stand your ground:) Do your research on the vaccines!

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Michelle - posted on 08/20/2013

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My children have all been vaccinated and are all healthy. My 3yo doesn't get sick at all and she's up to date with her vaccinations. Like Jodi said, your post isn't based on fact, it's based on the experience of 1 child and 1 parent. There are billions of people in the world and you will have some that agree with you and others that don't.

Jodi - posted on 08/19/2013

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It is actually normal for children under 4 to be sick a lot - their immune systems are still developing. It has nothing to do with vaccinations.

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Lana - posted on 08/21/2013

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My daughter has had all of her shots. I did the research and I find that several illnesses are at bay BECAUSE we vaccinate. You are totally right it is a parents choice and some children do have reactions to vaccines. I can understand that. Please do understand that family vacations are going to be risky for your child should you go to a country that does not vaccinate. Any illegal foreigner she comes across may not be vaccinated and could make her ill. Earlier this month a case of measles broke out in my area. a Malaysian nail technician had it. No customers were affected, but I worry for those that don't vaccinate what could happen if these unfavorable circumstances happened to them. I know I don't need to tell you this, but PLEASE be careful. Usually it isn't your child you have to worry about. It is OTHER peoples children. Be blessed!

Sz - posted on 08/21/2013

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I've done research and a blanket rejection of vaccines is irresponsible. Many lives were lost in the past due to the spread of deadly diseases that are preventable now with the use of vaccines. If your child has a specific reaction to content common to all vaccines, then sure, he or she should not get vaccines. Otherwise, you are unnecessarily endangering not just your child, but other children and adults.

Rebecca - posted on 08/20/2013

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I agree with you. I use to get flu shots for my family every year until I was told by a nurse friend of mine what was in the needles. My family and I use to all get sick when we got the shots. I haven't had them in three years and we don't get the flu. Same thing happened with the H1N1 shot. Everyone in my family who received the shot got ill. My mother even ended up in the hospital.

Kristi - posted on 08/20/2013

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Yes, you are correct, it was a side effect she had....besides getting deathly ill, she had severe rashing around the area. Again, this has been my experience and my opinion.

Jodi - posted on 08/20/2013

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"children do get ill, though this has been a side effect from the vaccinations"

This sentence here made it sound like you were trying to state is as fact.

Kristi - posted on 08/20/2013

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Hi Jodi,
Again, just my opinion is what I have stated. I am not being factual or claim that I have all these facts. Its just my opinion, experienced & from what I have researched and studied, thats all. My posting is also to support parents who do not vaccinate their children and where to located the waiver form they need, that is all. I only share my experience with this again, to support those parents who do not vaccinate, that is all. So, going into Myths is not my direction.

Michelle, thank you for your comment as well.

Jodi - posted on 08/20/2013

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No, it is not a side effect of vaccinations. Even children who don't have vaccinations get sick in those early years, especially when they begin being exposed to larger groups of children. My post is just to make sure you aren't spreading myths, and to claim that unvaccinated children are healthier than vaccinated is a totally unsupported statement and therefore not the truth. Believe it or not, my children are rarely sick either. I couldn't tell you the last time my 16 year old had a day off school sick. He used to get sick as an infant too, particularly after he went to daycare, just like all children do. But once he reached about 4 or 5, he was rarely sick. Your "theory" is nothing but that - "your theory". It isn't fact based.

Kristi - posted on 08/19/2013

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yes, children do get ill, though this has been a side effect from the vaccinations. Again, my daughter has been very healthy! She does get a cold/flu like illness once a year, it lasts 2-3 days...fever and all. We all have different opinions in what we want to inject into our children.....many parents do not research what is actually in the vaccine, they just go right along with what doctors tell them. In many cases, her MD hasn't been able yet to tell me what is in the vaccines, he just tells me they are "good for her to have". I ended up educating him and her. Needless to say, my posting is just to inform parents that they have a choice and that there are many websites to get access to the forms for waivers.

Michelle - posted on 08/19/2013

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I agree with Jodi. Until we are exposed to the colds and flus going around we can't build immunity.

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