Someone near and dear to me took their one year old baby boy, this last week, to get a first in a possible string of delayed vaccinations. Her mother was with her because she was just so nervous about it.
First she talked to the Pediatrician about exactly which one would be best to be given and most necessary and all of her concerns. Next, the nurse came in and said "sign this paper" and then "hold his arms". The mother and grandmother were focused on the baby, but soon realized that many needles were being used. They said they figured there was a reason for using more than one needle. Dr. knows best, right? Only after five different vaccines were administered did they face their aweful reality.
The nurse says "now watch the MMR..."
Mother stops her and says, "MMR?"
Nurse, "Yes, and varicella..."
Mother of child, "WHAT?!"
Anyway, the pediatrician had "pressed the wrong button" and ordered too many vaccines. Mother and grandmother spent time talking to the office manager, nurse, and pediatrician who were "very sorry for the mistake". Obviously the mother made it clear she would NEVER be back.