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Jennifer Collado, 37, of Glen Rock, N.J., says members of her son’s toddler play group were “stunned” when one mother mentioned that her child wasn’t vaccinated. The group didn’t kick them out though, and shortly after they moved out of state. But the group felt that information should have been mentioned upfront. “Someone pointed out to her that it was her choice to do that but that she was putting everyone’s kids in jeopardy by not having her kids vaccinated,” Collado says.
Many parents who choose not to vaccinate will argue that it is no one else’s business but their own, that they’re not hurting anyone. Poppycock. (I had intended to use another word, but I’m trying to clean up my language after a few recent lapses.) By their decision not to vaccinate, antivaccinationists make their child a potential nidus of infection for their community, something they either cannot understand or refuse to understand:
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Dr Mercola has excellent coverage on this issue it's fair and based upon evidences
Tuesday, August 26, 2014
Read Every DayPerhaps the single most important thing you can do at this stage to foster your child’s reading and writing skills is to read to him every single day. A recent OECD study comparing the role of parents in education in several countries found that the factor that best predicts better reading performance when a child is 15 is whether he was read to during his early years. So read as often as you can to your child, even if just for 20 minutes a day, and do your best to make reading time a fun experience that both of you enjoy.
Tuesday, July 1, 2014
We need reliable accountability partnerships to stay on track, even in and especially in the realm of fatherhood. Who on Earth could possibly be in a better position to hold a dad accountable than a loving, honoring and encouraging wife.