I'm in the same boat. Not sure how to feel about vaccinating my baby. I vaccinated my two other kids and thank God they are fine. I've been doing research and just reading the side effects are scary. There is other alternatives, I'm going to spread them out and leave out the ones that are not necessary. You should research on it and do what you think is best for your baby.
I'm vaccinating. Doing so protects your child and others she/he may come in contact with. It allows your child to build immunities or at least antibodies that will help them fight infections/diseases. I vaccinated my first child and she is doing great and I myself am fully vaccinated.
There's mercury in vaccines and it makes the babies sick. Everyone should research vaccines before giving it to your baby. Doctors are paid to issue these vaccines without really educating the parents. So as parents we have to learn on our own. I have friends who choose not to vaccinate and their children are perfectly healthy.
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