Sunday, September 7, 2014

Chicken Pox Party!

Nataleigh contracted a nasty bout of chicken pox from a child at school. I was a little concerned at first... my children don't usually get sick! Then, after doing some research, I decided to house a chicken pox party! We invited all of the little children from first through third grade, then  we had home made ice cream cake, a pinata, and more! It was a lot of fun, and we had a splended time. All of the mothers that came were grateful, now they don't have to get their children vaccinated!

I'm going to start looking around for a mumps party and more childhood illnesses so we can all go and become naturally immunized against these illnesses!

Much love and prayer,

Ashleigh.

13 comments:

  1. You are so stupid. AND--no mother in their right mind would come to your house for a chicken pox party to "vaccinate" their kids. You're dumb. The more I read this blog the more I think you are fake.

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  2. Wow; cool! Well, when I had chicken pox when I was about the same age as Nataleigh, almost the whole school shut down. But all the parents were glad to have gotten it overwith. Except for a couple who ended up coming down with it themselves, lol. I guess Kayleigh and Baileigh will get it later? Are you concerned for Matthew getting it at such a young age?
    There's another concern I remember. There were a few kids I went to school or church with who didn't get chicken pox as kids, even though they were exposed. They thought they were immune, but then got it later; as adults. One common thread I've seen with that is, they're last-born children and their siblings had it when their mom was pregnant with them. But no solid evidence. You probably need to watch for that with your twins. Hopefully that isn't the case for them.

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  3. I almost died from Chicken Pox. This was back in the early 70s. I hope none of these children become as severely ill as I did. Why are none of these children at school vaccinated? My son is 8 and has already fully vaxed against it, you first shot is at 1.

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    1. Because this idiot woman doesn't believe in vaccinating her children. She believes it will kill them.

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  4. A polio party sounds like an AWESOME idea! Maybe coupled with diphtheria - how cool would that be? And great for the kids!

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  5. Who is writing this blog and these comments? Seriously?

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  6. This blog is great, very inspiring .please continue to share your unique view of the world!!

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    1. The person who wrote this comment must be as stupid as the author.

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    2. It seems like the author of this blog writes her own comments AND a fake friend account with the son who is betrothed to her daughter.

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  7. It's obviously fake. It's not chicken pox season.

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  8. Hey, when's the HPV party?

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  9. Please tell me this blog is satire. No one can be this dumb...

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