Yes I get that it's more complicated when adults get it, and then there's the shingles factor yada yada, but I don't get why parents who are in areas where chicken pox is nearly non-existent (I'm in New England, and people have been begging for party's for years on my tribe forum and rarely find anything)...why not just let this die out? If it's THAT rare, than that means it's THAT rare that your child would get it as an adult as well. Explain to me the rationale here please?
We are a non-vax family, FYI, so I'm not writing this out of judgement. Just curious what everyone is thinking.