My husband is French and his whole family lives over in France. We want to go visit them around the holidays. Our daughter is 10 months and hasnt has a single vaccination. I would like to keep it this way for as long as we feel comfortable, but a friend mentioned that my DD might need certain vaccinations to be able to travel overseas?
Anyone know the truth behind this? If so...what vaccines are needed and is there a waiver for "religious reasons"?
Hip Hippie Mama to Baylin & Evangélina and Wife to my sexy Frenchman Clément living frugally green in the beautiful mountains of West Virginia. Expecting our newest French Fry July 2012!
I have no idea if anything's changed in the last few years, but I know we traveled with our completely vax-free 2 yr old to the UK back in 2006/7 and had no problems whatsoever. I believe they recommend them per WHO guidelines, but don't require anything in the EU; no one asked us about it when we entered.
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J, partner-in-crime to D, mama to 4, including our brand new , missing my 7-wk-er
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