Originally posted on B l i s s e d L i f e:
When I first became a mom, deciding whether or not to vaccinate my son was not in my realm of thinking. I didn’t realize that I had a choice in the matter. I thought that being vaccinated meant being safe against disease. I decided to raise the healthiest, happiest child, and follow the best advice about how to do that.
I put my trust in my mother and in my doctors, and chose really respectable physicians. I’ve always had an investigative brain and a distaste for the idea of authority. But, when it came to my child, I gave in and trusted — reasoning that I couldn’t possibly know more than a doctor. I had done zero research into what vaccines do to the body, their ingredients or any other key facts that parents NEED to know.
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