This month you’ll find me over on Facebook, sharing articles, posts, and videos on vaccines from non-mainstream sources. Here’s why:
On July 1st, many of our fellow Americans lost one of the most fundamental rights to their own children. SB277 was passed, forcing vaccinations on all public and private-schooled children in the state of California.
A lawsuit was filed and a Health Freedom rally was held, but you probably didn’t hear anything about them. When it comes to vaccines, much of the information is censored.
This has weighed heavily on my heart. After much prayer and thought, I decided to step forward in faith and use this month as an opportunity to share information on vaccines.
My hope is not to cause division, but to unite us as parents to protect the most basic of all human rights. As parents, we need to stand for freedom. We need to stand for vaccine choice.
Each day of this month, I will share a truth, a post, an article, a government website, or a piece of information that I think other parents might find helpful. My goal is to research and share.
As I have said before, I am not anti-vaccination. I completely respect the rights of all parents to choose what they feel is best for their children.
My stance is for truth and choice, and unfortunately, both of these have been threatened in our country.
I pray that we can respectfully listen and hear . . . hear the voices of those who have been harmed and stand beside them as we fight together for the safety of all of our children.
This month is for the children. May God keep them in His care.
“Speak out on behalf of the voiceless,
and for the rights of all who are vulnerable.”
Click on over to my Facebook page and scroll down to see all of the updates. They are each titled “Vaccine Info-Day__“. I encourage you to share so that others may have the opportunity for truly informed consent. I will continue posting through the end of the month.
Because of this project, I will most likely stay quiet over here on the blog. I plan to get some posts up shortly after in August, so stay tuned. I have Part 2 of my KonMari journey coming up along with a few homeschooling projects and curriculum choices you won’t want to miss! See you then!
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