Thursday, April 3, 2008

Shout out to Jenny!!!


I love you!!!

We were cheering you on last night.


Thank you for leading our fight.


See you in D.C!



5 comments:

iCan said...

I'm right there with you. I'm not 100% convinced on the vaccine thing, but enough not to vaccinate my 2 year-old who thus far has not shown signs of autism—he has a four year-old brother on the spectrum. AND GUESS WHAT...

I kid you not, today (the day after World Autism Awareness Day) we took him to the pediatrician and our family was released from the practice for not vaccinating.

WOW...those doctors are really listening to us Moms...snarf...

I am just SICK!

Thank you, Jenny. Thank you Queen Bee...

Queenbee said...

NO WAY!!
Well, there are tons of practices that WILL take you.

We switched peds last year. I have been meaning to mail our urine toxic metals test to our old ped and have him explain to me how that much CRAP got into my sons system!!! the air?? highly doubtful that a then 4 year old tested that high from our air!

Thanks for visiting.
Stick with your gut.

Queenbee said...

Ican, I could not access your blog to read. Can you invite me? :)

iCan said...

I'll absolutely invite you.

Two things, though...how do I do it...and I haven't updated in a LONG time—that's why t's on private right now. ;)

I keep an old fashioned journal from which I periodically update. It has come in handy with dates and quotes from physicians, therapists, etc.

Enjoy the day!

Holding It Together said...

I saw Jenny at the DAN! Conference last weekend in NJ - it was neat to see her in person and I really appreciate what she is trying to do.

One of the other presenters mentioned that the AAP guidelines actually state that providers should "avoid" discharging patients over vaccination issues. We are going on Monday for a 6-year-old checkup and have to deal with the fact that he has not had any of his "four-year-old" booster shots. Should be real fun...