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If so, we want them!
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just saw on the news that their is a break out there. we would love to get on this as well

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I would love it if someone would let us come over and bring their germs home with us.
I'll bring some yummy food, if that's any incentive
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Chicken pox at Klondike Elementary in West Lafayette. The girl who seats in MY SON'S SEAT in the a.m. class! I feel so lucky!!
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Chicken pox at Klondike Elementary in West Lafayette. The girl who seats in MY SON'S SEAT in the a.m. class! I feel so lucky!!

Happy for you! I would love to find someone whose dc has chicken pox. We tried like mad to get them a couple years ago from a friends children but no such luck.
I'll keep my fingers crossed your ds breaks out in spots in a few days
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No spots yet. 3-5 day incubation, right? I think we may be out of luck again. I actually asked the teacher to ask the family if we could arrange a play date or get a dirty t-shirt. She looked at me like I'm crazy! LOL

I saw in the newspaper that if there are 5 or more infected kids in a school, it is considered an outbreak, and non-vaxed kids are not allowed to go to school until it is over. If my kids is going to be home, I want it to be from having the pox, not avoiding the pox!
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No spots yet. 3-5 day incubation, right? I think we may be out of luck again. I actually asked the teacher to ask the family if we could arrange a play date or get a dirty t-shirt. She looked at me like I'm crazy! LOL

I saw in the newspaper that if there are 5 or more infected kids in a school, it is considered an outbreak, and non-vaxed kids are not allowed to go to school until it is over. If my kids is going to be home, I want it to be from having the pox, not avoiding the pox!
What on earth makes people so afraid of chicken pox in a bunch of 5 or 6 yo's? High schoolers I can understand a little bit more because the risk to them is greater if they contract chicken pox at that age.

I have tried twice now to infect dd but no such luck. I want it even more now because I've got two that need to get it. Although ds is just 9mo and I'd like for him to be atleast 12mo. I think you have to take what you can get these days, kwim?
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We have also now had two pretty good exposures but nothin'. Is it getting harder to catch as well as harder to find?
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With all the vaxing going on I think it's definitely more difficult to catch chicken pox because it's so difficult to find someone that has them. Totally frustrating for those of us that just want our kiddos to get the pox and be done completely. Who wants to get booster after booster? Not me.
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