So I explained to him that I am not agreeing to anything untill I read it for myself, I told him most measles cases are due to the actual "vaccine" strain and that most of the time measles really is actually nothing to worry too much about and also allows our child to have life long immunity if he catches it naturally.... Ok so needles to say my DH is great at debating and loves to be right. So I'm sure he will look up some pro vaccine info and shove it at me... I am nervous and don't know what to do, I am all for reading this new information to determine what I think but I would also like to show him information against vaccinating for measles so that he can make an educated decision. I just don't like when he says "we'll he's getting vaccinated and that's it" aren't I a parent too? And shouldn't I get to see all the info first before making a decision? Any advice and/or facts I can show him would be really appreciated. I am not trying to force him out of his decision but I would like him to see both sides of the topic before he forces something like this.