I am very against vaccination. My daughter was vaccinated on schedule until she was a year old, and I finally did some research on it. I think it's possible she may have been injured by her 2 month vaccines, as it was shortly after that she started screaming and vomiting constantly--for almost 3 years. She couldn't even eat solid food til she was 2 1/2. She has Asperger's, and I think vaccines may have something to do with it. She definitely changed after those 2 month shots. My son is not vaccinated at all, he's as healthy as a horse. I do not want Sydney vaccinated.
BF is adamant she get her vaccines. He won't even let me try to explain why I am against them. I've offered to let him read books, articles, websites, watch videos...he won't. I know where he's coming from--before I did the research, I believed that people who didn't vaccinate were putting their kids in danger. If I could just get him to look at some information before he makes his decision, so we can have a fair discussion, I'm sure he would see how I feel.
They make an automatic appointment for 2 month shots at birth--hers is on Nov 17. I have no intention of letting her get them. In all honesty, he probably won't remember about them (we haven't discussed it since she was born!) and I would be the one taking her anyways...so I'm just going to cancel the appointment and leave the subject be for now. That might be wrong, but so would letting her get the shots. I *might* be open to selectively vaccinating, and delaying, if after doing the research and discussing, he still felt it was important.
Is it wrong that I'm just hoping he'll forget?