However I'd just like to comment than MDC mothers who vaccinate sometimes feel in the minority.
This is how non vaxers feel EVERYWHERE, please remember to be considerate when someone is looking for support (I'm not pointing fingers, just wanted to have a say. I have been trying to see this argument from both sides lately and have come to almost an understanding for myself)
I don't care if there is a vaccinated sub forum or not. If they want support for their decision, that's fine with me. As long as it doesn't turn into look at what those crazy anti-vax people are saying. The I'm not vaccinating forum is needed in my opinion, because as some feel they are in the minority choosing to vax on MDC, it is one of the few places where there are intelligent, researched and supportive people to help those who chose not to vaccinate. Having a support of vaccines board, it might be helpful to those who change their mind or are forced to vaccinate because of nasty divorces or life plans or the risk/benefit ratio changed and are fearful after doing their research, the same as you (those that vaccinated are comforted by doing the research)
Though, I do think that the select/delayed forum could include those thoughts and just change the name "choosing to vaccinate" for mothers who choose to vaccinate, select, delayed or on schedule. I also think that most MDC mothers have made a choice to vaccinate and not just did what their doctor said and could feel like their thoughts don't belong in mainstream places, they may want to discuss something they researched with people who think the same with out the debate. I do think they have something to offer those who are making a choice, and help to challenge those who made a choice. I personally believe that by not vaccinating you are making a daily/weekly/monthly/yearly choice and if you vaccinate the choice has been made and people might research before the next round.