Have you heard about this movie? I just finished watching it (watched it in snippets over a week’s time, which is how I get most things done). It’s really good, and makes you think hard about controversial issues.
Vaccine safety and the “anti-vax movement” has been debated in a hot fashion in recent weeks all over the internet and the playground. As a side note, isn’t it cute how we are all sisters on this motherhood journey doing our very best for our own kids and accepting of our differences until it comes to vaccines? I breastfeed, she bottle feeds, this mom baby wears, that mom doesn’t, but it’s okay. This mom feeds her kids organic food, that mom feeds her kids Happy Meals, but we’re all just doing our best, this mom doesn’t give her kids shots on the same schedule–WAIT WHAT? WHAT THE HELL IS WRONG WITH HER? SHE’S ENDANGERING US ALL!!
Seriously, though, moms. Chill the heck out. Stop throwing the hate around about vaccines. Believe what you believe for your kids. But stop hating other moms for doing the same thing.
For the record, I’m not anti-vaccine. I’m not 100% pro-vaccine either. I don’t want to convince you of anything. I just want to tell you to watch this movie with an open mind. It’s not all about vaccines, they talk about lots of stuff, GMOS, pharmaceuticals, diabetes, things that are near and dear to my heart. I’ve been researching most of this for the past 3 years, so I was excited to watch it.
Check it out. Here’s the link: http://www.boughtmovie.net/free-viewing/
It’s only free to watch until March 6, so you only have a few more days to watch it. So do it!
I’ve been silent for several days on here as I’ve been dealing with some pretty heavy winter blues, which is the usual for me at this time of year. I will force myself to write about it soon, because I need it. And maybe you do too.
One more thing. Please don’t write disrespectful comments. I will delete them. Also, if you want to debate vaccines, don’t do it here. There’s millions of other venues all over the internet for you to bring you debate. Here, I’ll even get you started. Google: I want to debate vaccines.