5 girls died
31 were considered life-threatening
1,385 required a visit to the emergency room
451 of the girls have not recovered as of July 2007
51 of the girls were disabled
Of the 42 women who received the vaccine while
pregnant, 18 experienced side effects ranging from spontaneous abortion
to fetal abnormities. --> --> ALMOST HALF!!!
This vaccine is also the most expensive vaccine on the market, so you can follow the money trail to find out why Merck is now trying to push this cervical cancer vaccine on boys!
New Video Reveals Hidden Dangers
The dangers surrounding Merck's cervical cancer vaccine Gardasil continue to be revealed. In this video, hear one parent's heartbreaking story of her 14-year-old daughter's serious side effects to Gardasil, which are now threatening her physical and mental health.
This video provides an excellent, though tragic, example of why it's essential to do your homework before submitting yourself or your child to a vaccination.
In the case of Gardasil, which is, according to this video, the world's first genetically altered vaccine, the evidence stacking up against this vaccine is striking.
as always, just educate yourself before vaccinating yourself or your children. it's very hard to find unbiased information out there, that is the biggest problem i feel with this topic. the other being the enormity of the pharmaceutical companies influence on the information (propaganda).
the talk with my parents went really well and the move towards peace about all of this is quickening. God always makes a path. some of the concerns i've been having are starting to become a little more full of promise, instead of fear. such as who are my kids supposed to play with? auggie is accustomed to a certain level of interaction with kids because our neighborhood is chocked full of kids of all ages. our new living arrangements would put us out of the city with no young children in their small community of houses. we have agreed to work into our budget some funds to allow for some part time preschool for auggie to get some face time with other kids. there's only so much romping out in the woods that will keep him entertained! we love the woods, but trees and squirrels aren't peers no matter how much we enjoy them. today i poked around and found what appears to be a really great place - which ill interject here was from an incredibly small lot to choose from. that's another issue - just dealing with the inaccessibility of things, rather the illusion of inaccessibility. we are going from a city of over 1 million people to a city of less than 20,000. i will not shop at walmart which is the
one thing i really really wanted but felt a little timid about asking for (and if you knew my dad the lawn lover you'd understand a little more) was if i could put in a garden. my dad is obsessed with his lawn and the idea of him digging it up his grass was bordering on heresy. not to mention that my dad fertilizes and sprays pesticides on the lawn just short of agent orange levels. compromise was struck when he cleared a space in the woods though! it will get enough light and it's never been touched by chemicals. the other option (dare i pursue both?) is that maggie and austin have a garden space they'd like to get going. i guess i just need that green outlet, especially since i won't have a say in their already well established landscaping.
other topics which we brought up, all of which had positive reactions - division of labor, not bugging me to wean olive/get her out of our bed until WE are ready, use of the second kitchen, importance of composting/recycling/general lifestyle of conservation, respecting our family dynamic (i.e. don't try to parent our children), healthy eating, my personal need for reading, sleeping, gardening, and cooking.
i am not hopped up on any sort of weird drugs i swear. everyone else looked so cute in this
sometimes a boy just needs to bounce
auggie at the airshow with grandpa
sitting on grass
and then eating it
imma eat choo!
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