Over the last few days, I've read and heard so much about the measles outbreak and people coming out to talk on both sides of the issue.
I'm vaccinated and my daughter's vaccinated. My personal viewpoint is that parents should have a choice in whether they should vaccinate their kids or not and when making that decision, they should think about how their decision affects others too - not just their kids but their neighbor's kids, the kids they go to school with, anybody they come in contact with.
That said, here are some blog posts and other articles that I read recently that made me think more about this issue.
I Wish My Mom Had Vaccinated Me :- Talks about how she was not vaccinated as a kid and how she caught whooping cough, was not treated for it and suffers to this day because of side effects.
Enough is Enough with Blaming “Anti-Vaxxers” :- I have very mixed feelings about this one. I don't agree with a lot the author has to say but she has a few valid points too.
Dear Parents: There are more unvaccinated kids than you think
This Dad's argument for Vaccinations is a Game Changer