About Us

Over the span of 5 quick years, we grew to a family of 6.
And then we adopted a special treasure to make 7.
Five kids under the age 7.

5 years ago we started a blog about our family. Believing that each family experiences and interprets life differently,
We named the blog: Life As We Know It!

Wow! What a ride that was!

We invited you into our lives to learn, grow, & be encouraged.
We hoped to provide inspiration and perspective. We were honest and shared truth.
That original blog sure took on a life of it’s own.

We are passionate about many things: health, orphans, essential oils, raising a family, and Jesus just to name a few..
Suddenly I found myself sharing intimate posts about our adoptions, sharing pictures of our young children, and writing vaccine posts that went viral.
In addition to that my essential oil business continued to grow, and the blog was no longer being used in a way that worked for the safety of our family.

That original blog was shut down in January 2015.

Knowing that my passion is still to share vaccine research, I have decided to create this new blog.
This new blog will be only about vaccines.

We are extremely grateful for the many calls on our lives.
To seek God’s wisdom when it comes to health, food, nutrition, healing, & medicine.
To speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves.
To ensure justice. To be an advocate for things worth advocating for.
To serve God through his commands: “Learn to do good; seek justice, correct oppression; bring justice to the fatherless”

Many of the 1.7 million blog readers from the original blog became friends, and for you my sweet bloggy friends, I am saddened that we will no longer share our family’s stories publicly.
I am happy though that vaccine research will continue to be shared through this new blog.

We hope to inspire, educate, and encourage (especially mothers),
to never ignore their God-given instinct.

Blessings!
G-Fam

BIO:
JG is married to her husband RG and together they are raising their 5 young children (ages 4, 5, 6, 7, & 8) Jessica is a former collegiate athlete with a Bachelors degree in Psychology and a Masters degree in Counseling & Education. With the birth of her first child came a desire to research vaccines. That research quickly grew into a God-given passion to educate and empower mothers to make informed decisions regarding the health of their children. Jessica is a vaccine safety adovate and daily advocates for families dealing with vaccine injury and vaccine recovery. Jessica spends a lot of her time researching, writing, and blogging about anything health-related; specifically relating to young children. Her dedication to her work is to fulfill Proverbs 31:8.

77 thoughts on “About Us

  1. I’m so excited to read more! Thanks for taking this opportunity to share. It’s not like you have anything else to do afterall. 🙂

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  2. Love it Jess!!! Nothing like maturity!!! I like when you talked about peace of mind!!! it’s really priceless and i believe now come with time, maturity and experience we had through life!!! I am glad we grown up and became what we are!!!! But when we weren’t we always said the truth!!! love reading about you and the family!!! Miss you!!!

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  3. Since you and Rit told me about your blog, I’ve kept up with you. It’s been great! I read, Just keep Swimming, with a pretty wide smile on my face, the whole time. You make me laugh. I appreciate what you go through every day – the never ending Party that is your life right now.

    I was thinking about you today. I wanted to get your opinion on the flu shots that are being offered everywhere you go. I have read “Every year, up to 20% of the US population gets the flu, 200,000 people are hospitalized, and 90% of flu-related deaths occur in people 65 years of age and older. The annual flu vaccine is the best way to prevent the flu and lessen the chances of spreading it to others. ” Are these just as risky as immunizations/vaccinations?

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  4. Hello! I enjoy reading your blog. Thank you for sharing. I was wondering if you home school or how do you handle the school requirements for vaccines?

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  5. Thank you for being so open and honest in reporting your findings.
    It is scary to me how I, as a young mother many years ago, just followed the norm and did what everyone was doing by having my children receive all the baby and childhood shots. Thank God no harm came from it, as far as I know, my children are now 22 and 20. However I have a beautiful niece who is 13 and has autism and struggles daily. My little sis has stopped all vaccinations for her children years ago (she now has 3 with one on the way) and we all thought she was weird for not protecting her children. Thank you for sharing!

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  6. As a grandmother who understands about vaccines, I live in fear and trembling for those few of my many grandchildren who are being subjected to vaccinations. I pray for you and others to be heard where I am not! Keep up the good work! Autism and vaccines – the connection is so glaringly and scarily obvious. Keep telling and telling the world!

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  7. Someone shared something on fb and I couldn’t wait to read a perspective that (if I thought would resonate with others) I would share…and I saw Measles Schmeasles 😉 I LOVE IT!! I may have said it at some point 😉 I can so identify with you for so many reasons, and the first thing to grab me was 5 kids in under 7 years…and the journey God has birthed that led me to “self-medicating” by writing during some of my more recent trauma also taught me how God heals us…one wound at a time and for a much greater purpose which always involves encouraging others. My blog is http://www.merily-pompa.blogspot.com FROM PAIN TO PURPOSE.
    I have learned so much when choosing to become better rather than bitter and I see you have as well. I expect our paths will cross one day 🙂 Until then, I intend to lead others to this incredible resource…well written and easy to become connected to. Your passion flows from your heart and it is anointed and contagious!!

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  8. Dear Jessica,
    My name is Gabi Kelley and I am the executive assistant to Lisa Bevere. Someone sent her a link to your page about the Lioness Arising Mothers and she was so moved by it! She is interested in interviewing you or one of the ladies from the group. Would you mind sending me an email with your information? My email address is gkelley@messengerinternational.org.
    Thank you so much and I look forward to hearing from you soon!
    Gabi Kelley

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  9. Jessica, I just found your blog and am incredibly thankful. I am pregnant with my first baby and am planning a natural birth for next month. I believe in God’s provision in natural medicines and do not plan on giving vaccines to our baby or doing “wellness visits”…

    My husband and I have been struggling with what to do with Mandated Health Insurance coverage. I was hoping that you could shed light on what your family does for health insurance knowing that you only go for emergencies. It seems as though even “catastrophe” insurance is really really expensive with high deductibles and no naturopathic coverage. We are in Oregon so I know it can differ between states, but I was hoping you would be willing to share what you do for your family.

    Erica

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    1. Sorry I don’t know much about mandated health insurance coverage. We have really great insurance through my husbands job (which we hardly use) but when we do for emergencies and specialty visits, it’s a huge blessing to have!

      Blessings to you as you welcome your first baby!

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  10. Rit and Jessica. I have read your article on vaccines, and have found it outstanding. As a health professional, researcher, and “non-vaccine” parent, I have been following the literature on vaccines since the early 90s, and feel that you are right on regarding what’s wrong with the “science” in vaccines. Keep up the great work, and hope to read more posts on this in the future. I am hoping you are sharing your work with National Vaccine Awareness group, Dr. Tennpenny, and Dr. Mercola – I think they would be very interested in what you are reporting.

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  11. I’m a mother of four children 16, 12, 7, and ten months. I’ve been on the fence for many years regarding vaccines. I’ve questioned Dr.’s repeatedly when it came time for their immunizations and it seems that the youngers ones have so many new ones that are offered compared to my 16 year old. I was truly not going to get my youngest vaccinated but felt as though every health practitioner that I came across pretty much told me that all my research is wrong and I was pushed into having her immunized, however in my heart I feel terrible and pray repeatedly that nothing happens because she has been vaccinated. I pray that she continues to thrive. I was late for her first couple doses because of my original intentions of not following through with immunizations and now again because of further reading I’m at a standstill and no longer want to continue with the schedule. Its all so confusing having every health practitioner pushing so hard for parents to imunize their children. Not sure where I’m going but thank you for providing something to think about.

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  12. Hi Jessica! I noticed the picture of you and your hubby in the Young Living mailing the other day. I kept thinking I know you from blogging, but I don’t think we’ve ever met. I’ve just read your blog often! Thanks for doing what you do and not being afraid to say what you do!

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  13. wonderful reading your blog! i have five children under seven! it is so nice to see other young couples braving big families i hate the flak i get.

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  14. Hello. Can I treat my toddler’s ringworm by applying apple cider vinegar a few times a day? Or tea tree and coconut oil? She only has one or two spots.

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  15. Do you have any info about the measles outbreak currently in Canada? I have many blaming those who don’t vaccinate saying I’m an idiot for not doing so etc I am just at a loss of words to defend/back up my choice. I’m sick of being blamed.

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    1. Tamara, you can start by pointing out there is no liability for vaccine manufacturers in Canada today. Say something like, if vaccines are so safe, why is there no legal recourse (especially in our own wonderful, gentle Canada–there is not even a kangaroo court)? Also, point out that the MMR vaccine is developed using aborted fetal stem cells (you can find this documented on the government’s website). Say that when they bring back the ethical option (see Sound Choice Pharmaceuticals and Dr. Theresa Deisher) that you will be happy to vaccinate your children. Also, point out the live virus shedding of the MMR vaccine
      . . .also, ask how can we be sure that the MMR vaccine is even working? For example, we know that flu mutates ever year. How do we know we’re even being protected for this very strain of measles? Also, say that the aluminum content in vaccines is very high and when it is lowered you would then be more than happy to participate in this social contract for the “greater good”; likewise, when every single food protein from commonly loved foods is removed from vaccine formulas (nut oils, castor oil, casein, fetal bovine growth serum, agar, etc.). . .until then, say you are using the precautionary principle. Also, educate baby boomers that they are a little behind on their shots. 🙂 Also, point out that the package insert of vaccines says, “Product not evaluated for carcinogenic, mutagenic, allergenic properties, or impairment of fertility.” (Incidentally, I saw on the news last night, that in the BC case, the measles epidemic had more or less been contained to that individual community.)

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    1. I know quite a few autism moms using YL oils and seeing great results with behavioral issues, sleep issues, focus, anxiety, and other issues. Please let me know if you would like more information. I’m more than happy to help you! I also have fb oil group that I can add you too, and a fb oil groups specifically for autism moms using the oils. Both of those would be great resources for you too!

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  16. Hi, I have read 2 of your articles on vaccines and they are great! If you live anywhere near San Diego, I would love to connect with you locally, you seem like the kind of family we would love to have fun with! 😀 Check out my very new blog alabasterliving.com. I am also passionate about vaccines, health, and raising my 2 babies in Christ with a God-given conviction about health issues. God bless you and thanks for your great articles!

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      1. Hi, Thanks! I actually have been practicing aromatherapy and herbalism for many years. I recently wrote a blog article on essential oils you might find interesting. I would love to talk with you more about if you are interested. Also, I am working on a piece on vaccines I am sure you will like even if you don’t find the oils blog helpful. I would love to send it to you when the vaccine one is finished if you don’t mind. Thanks, Courtney

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  17. Thank you so much for your “Dear parents you are being lied to.” I have 2 children that have never been stuck with a vaccine. My husband and I did researched the topic very thoroughly when I was first pregnant and could not with a clear conscience put those vaccines into their tiny bodies. I love how your article is so well written and informative – you don’t make claims that are not substantiated. Thank you for being a voice against vaccines. Your family looks so beautiful – I hope that God blesses us with that many little ones one day! May God richly bless you in all your endeavors!

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  18. I got on the anti vaccination campaign in the mid 80’s. My 5 children are all grown and gone now and I am SICK TO DEATH of talking about it. THANK YOU for supplying a resource for the next generation. It is a hard topic to take on, and I am so blessed by parents of the young who have taken hold of this horribly dangerous propaganda trap. Blessing to you and yours and you continue to good fight.

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  19. Hey, I’d like some help finding some specific data. Can you point me in the right direction? I want to get better numbers on the actual danger of death from various diseases that have vaccines named for them. I’m really tired of being told that I’m a statistical fool for not vaccinating. I also need to find real numbers for adverse reactions, since reporting rates are so low, but this is a very hard number to find. Thanks for any ideas you’ve got!

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  20. Not sure if this will help but I get a lot of my info from Doctors on the ihealthtubes found on you tube and their website. Basically a whole crew of Dr’s who have gone against the grain on almost ALL health related topics. People need to understand the history of medicine starting from the 30’s when Rockefellers bunch took over the universities (financed by taking over the currency in 1913) It is hard to fight lies with truth. You can pull lies out of the thin air.

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  21. Yes, thank you. I can tell people about Rockefellers and all sorts of collusion until I’m blue. And I do. And then they say, “ha ha you’re an idiot, a conspiracy theorist, a ____” I have information, but nothing that they will take as valid, which I suppose is the point. If I reach a different conclusion, according to them, I’m doing it wrong. All I’m trying to do is keep the poison out of as many children as possible. Such a heartbreaking thing to attempt.

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  22. http://www2.aap.org/immunization/families/faq/vaccinestudies.pdf
    Someone just threw this junk at me. It is so easy to understand that none of these studies mean anything about actual vaccine safety, but you can’t argue with it. You can’t go to the lab and look at the data and find all the scrubbing and show them their lousy conclusions. I’m so frustrated with stuff like this because it is the opposite of common sense and of empirical observation and of logic.

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  23. You’re family sounds amazing I just started with young living and would like to start blogging how do I go about it and where do I get all different information from I would love to hear from you also how do I go about to follow your blog

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  24. Howdy!

    I was pointed to your blog by a friend, and I want to start off by thanking you for providing references to resources on vaccines, health and nutrition. We have a 13 month old daughter, and before she was born our vaccine research was very muddled and confused. It seemed like most of the info was on blogs, either pro or con and was really nothing more than yelling. All heat, no light. So, I appreciate your blog because it has led me to several helpful books, websites and papers that has helped us.

    We originally started with a delayed schedule, but based on many things we’ve been reading, we will likely stop vaccinating now. This does lead me to some questions that I was hoping you could shed some light on.

    It seems like there are several childhood diseases that are more harmful to catch later in life, like chickenpox, measles and rubella. Since mass vaccination has made the wild forms of these diseases less common, what do you do? I’ve heard of pox parties to try and spread the disease when someone’s child has it, but I was wondering what your thoughts were, and if you had any resources on this. As an aside, one thing I would like to understand more is why these diseases are less common given the low efficacy of vaccines? Is is natural cycles of the disease, natural vs vaccine strains, something else?

    Another question I have is related to some friends of ours. They are missionaries living in a very rural location in a south American country. I imagine they were vaccinated as children, but they have recently returned to the US to deliver their 1st child. They will likely return to the field with the baby a few months after the birth, barring any complications.

    Now, I read your post about how you protected yourself on your trip to Uganda, but I doubt that approach is practical in their situation. Their village has no electricity, and limited access, so they would quickly run out of supplements and essential oils. They probably have the ability to eat a mostly nutritious diet, and have clean water for themselves, but it is still deep in the developing world.

    I’m wondering if this may be a case where the risks of vaccines are outweighed? I really don’t know what advice to give them, as I am still learning myself, but they kind of look up to my wife and I to give them baby advice. Any thoughts or resources on this that you are aware of?

    Thanks in advance!

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    1. I would like to encourage to you to continue your research. It sounds like you are asking all the right questions and on the right track!

      Yes, a lot of these diseases are more harmful to catch later in life. Start researching the chicken pox vaccine and what we are going to see in the future. Scary! I know many people who look for pox parties. I have many blog posts answering your other questions about disease cycles and disease rates. Search for the 5 part polio series I did or the many posts I’ve done on whooping cough.

      In my opinion, the risks of vaccines are never outweighed and do not offer protection against common sicknesses & illnesses in 3rd world countries, (regardless of being in US or Third World country, I do not believe that vaccines are safe or effective). I protect myself in 3rd world countries by eating clean food, drinking clean water, mosquito nets (for malaria) and only putting things in my body that build my immune system, not weaken it. I’ve stayed in areas with no electricity as well. Vaccines aren’t needed. I would definitely stock up on immune builders, supplements, and essential oils to bring back with them.

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  25. Please put me on your email list. I love your write up I stand for much of what you stand for and would love to hear more .

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  26. Hi, I can shed some light on the chicken pox question – I just looked into that myself. As you say there is so much information!

    “Here in the UK the varicella (pox) vaccine isn’t on our schedule. The reasons for this stated by the NHS are:

    There’s a worry that introducing chickenpox vaccination for all children could increase the risk of chickenpox and shingles in older people.

    Whilst children tend to recover quickly and easily. In adults, chickenpox is more severe and the risk of complications increases with age.

    If a childhood chickenpox vaccination programme was introduced but not everyone chose to have the vaccine, people would not catch chickenpox as children (as the infection would no longer circulate in areas where the majority of children had been vaccinated).

    This would leave unvaccinated children susceptible to the disease and at risk of contracting it as adults when they are more likely to develop a more severe infection, a secondary complication or develop it in pregnancy when there is a risk of the infection harming the baby.

    We could also see a significant increase in cases of shingles in adults. Adults who are naturally exposed to chickenpox (e.g. through contact with infected children) receive a natural boosting of their chickenpox antibodies which prevents the chickenpox virus (which remains dormant in the body after chickenpox infection) from reactivating in their bodies and causing shingles.

    If you vaccinate children against chickenpox, you lose this natural boosting so current levels of immunity in adults will drop and more shingles will occur. ” <– NHS.co.uk website.

    Make of this what you will! But can I ask you to help me – – – sentence number 4 baffles me – I would love to know Ms Gianelloni's view on that sentence – it somehow rings wrong?! What do they mean "if some chose not to get the vaccine" "people would not catch chickenpox as children" – sorry but I don't get this, do you??

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    1. Hi, not sure if this went to the right position, but it was in response to Dave – and I would also very much like input from Mrs Gianelloni (whose blog I keep coming back to for information) on what the NHS is on about here. Thanks again.

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  27. Hi, just to let you know I contacted the NHS web team about my comment above and got this response:

    Thank you for your email to NHS Choices website – and I agree that our information on chickenpox vaccine is clumsily worded and confusing. I’ve rewritten the passage in question so the information is now hopefully clearer.

    Here is the rewritten version:

    If a childhood chickenpox vaccination programme was introduced people would not catch chickenpox as children (as the infection would no longer circulate in areas where the majority of children had been vaccinated). This would leave unvaccinated children (there will always be a few who are unable or unwilling to have the vaccine) susceptible to contracting chickenpox as adults when they are more likely to develop a more severe infection or a secondary complication, or in pregnancy when there is a risk of the infection harming the baby.

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  28. I’m asking this question here b/c I’m not sure who else to ask. Our oldest is 7 and just stepped on a rusty nail. It bled quite a bit, but stopped fairly quickly. I had him soak it in the bath, washed it with soap and running water, and then dried it well. I don’t think it’s very deep. I dried it well and put some antibiotic cream on it and a bandaid. He did have a tetanus shot 6 years ago. Just realized I did not know the protocol for what to do about this for unvax kids.

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    1. Hydrogen Peroxide is great for a rusty puncture wound. The tetanus bacteria are anaerobic and cannot survive in the presence of oxygen. So H2O2 is awesome stuff for it. Don’t feel bad, the vaccine doesn’t protect everyone who gets it, when they do step on rusty nails!

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  29. I am so incredibly grateful for your family blog site! I do not have children yet but everything regarding health and vaccines is everything that I feel and fear at the same time. Thank you for taking the time to spread awareness!

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  30. Hey Jessica! I am a pastor’s wife/homescool mom of two girls…actually just graduated one a few weeks ago. I have had a “wilderness-journey”” or long-time battle with anxiety and panic attacks after the death of my grandmother 13 years ago. No doctor or therapist has seemed to truly understand or help. They all (even other pastors) encourage me to get on meds (which I never felt right about). I am now an Independent Distributor of Young Living oils but am just beginning to learn about them. I would love to talk to you and learn as much as I can. I would even love to help others somehow through training videos via the internet but am not educated enough myself to do it. I guess I know how hard it’s been for me and would love some way of making it easy for others.

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    1. Tracy,
      Yes I would love to help you. May I first ask who your enroller is for Young Living and are they offering you help? You can private message me on my blog facebook page through a private message, but yes I will help you in anyway! Blessings to you! Jessica

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  31. Hi Jessica. I am new to young living and I want to start blogging about the essential oils also what is the best and easiest way to get started and where do you get all the information about the oils and pictures to blog about I really look forward to hear from you thank you

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    1. There is tons of published research on YL oils that you can find at Pubmed, Airse, etc…

      There are also great books & the lots of helpful websites and blogs on the internet. YL has an awesome testimonial page where you can look up thousands of testimonies.

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  32. I read on one of your posts that you had considered publishing a book on vaccines. Is this something you are still planning on doing? One thing I’ve seen that sets your blog apart is that you provide extensive references, so I would be very interested in your book, if you published it.

    If you aren’t going to publish, would you be willing to make it available in some other fashion? I ask because, now that we have pretty firmly settled on discontinuing vaccination, I am planning on writing up the reasons behind our decision, and I am looking at all the resources I can find to help bolster my case. My intent is to have something to provide to questioning family members, and to fall back on in case we are ever legally questioned on our decisions. Basically something to show that we are approaching this with a lot of prayer and research, not being blown by the latest wind. Also something for our child(ren) to read when older to understand why we made the decisions we did.

    Thanks in advance!

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  33. I am in your predicament. I’ve been planning to not vaccinate (I don’t yet have children) on instinct and I wanted to make sure 100% that my decision was correct and defendable – in case of any legal or other accusations. I felt I should get this done now before I even have any kids.

    I’ve been trauling for the truth for about a year – I’ve read most of this blog and I also read pro-vaccination literature so that I’m fully aware of ALL the arguments. The most convincing argument I’ve found centres around the report that was “discredited” by the Lancet linking vaccines to autism – that by Dr Andrew wakefiled (I’m sure you’ve heard of it).

    If you look up on YouTube you can find an interview with him and Dr Mercola talking about what exactly happened in that case, you can also read his book Callous Disregard, and you will find this information in the book Vaccine Epidemic by Louise Kuo Habakus – these have been the most definitive works for me.

    The main point is that the heavy metals in vaccines ARE dangerous to SOME children – there is no way to screen each child before vaccination, so the public health line is to take the risks to SOME children to gain the benefit of vaccines overall. This is preferable to risking the disease on everyone for the benefit of not making some children autistic. For me, the MMR would never enter my children’s bodies, I am not taking that risk. I am thinking of getting single vaccinations, but I want to think further about the individual diseases – this is a good place to come for that information on measles. I had measles as a child (think I had the MMR) aged 13 and it was not fun, but it caused me no serious harm and today after a test I have the antibodies I’m meant to have.

    The main thing I worry about is if I choose not to vaccinate and my child does have a bad reaction to a disease (as can happen) would I be in trouble or have my child removed. This is a real worry and this is also a risk I have to factor into my decision.

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    1. “The main thing I worry about is if I choose not to vaccinate and my child does have a bad reaction to a disease (as can happen) would I be in trouble or have my child removed. This is a real worry and this is also a risk I have to factor into my decision.”

      This is a concern of mine as well. This is why I am planning on writing up my justification. If there ever was legal trouble, it may not help, but I think I should at least try.

      Its a sad state of affairs when you have no true legal recourse if your child is injured by a vaccine, but have to live under the threat of legal action against you if you decide the risks of vaccination are too high.

      Fortunately we have a pediatrician who is tolerant of our decision, though he still supports vaccination, and we are planning to home school, so we will avoid some of the bigger challenges (at least as they stand currently), but others do not have these benefits and have a bigger battle on their hands, unfortunately.

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      1. Hah, I just realized my last sentence (paragraph?) is a great example of comma overuse and quite the run-on sentence!

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  34. My favorite vaccine book yet is Dissolving Illusions by Suzanne Humphries. Extremely well-referenced, too. Her various presentations, found on youtube are excellent as well. Helped me a lot in my learning journey. When making any decision, I like to go with the path I call “least-regret”. Am I more like to regret the doing or the not-doing? And, which one is most reversible? These answers often make the decision much easier to settle on.

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  35. Hello, I am a mom of 9 bio children and in the process of adopting a sibling group of 4 under the age of 4. The oldest 2 have trauma of a severe abuse, abandonment, food issues from starvation, anger and fear. The also have behavioral issues (not allowed to spank). They are in therapy but not seeing great changes. Someone referred this site for immunization info and I saw the oils and wondered if you thought they would help them.thanks for any help you have in advance.

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    1. The oils can definitely help! In fact Young Living just released the Freedom Release kit that specifically deals with the issues you named above. Our adopted son comes from trauma as well, and Young Living oils have played a huge role in his healing. If you would like more info, I can email you!

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    2. There are many oils that can help with these issues. In fact Young Living just released new kits specifically for issues such as these.

      If you would like more information I can send you an email.

      Blessings,
      Jessica

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  36. Hi Jessica! Found your blog doing some EO research. 😉 I have a question regarding vaccinations/adoption. We are adopting from Ethiopia and will be traveling to Africa at some point. We’ll be taking our 9 year old daughter on one of the trips. She’s vaccine free. How did you handle vaccinations for traveling- for you & family? My goal is to avoid taking them, since I’m all about being vaccine free! Thank you 😉

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  37. Hi Jessica,

    My husband and I have 4 biological children ages 6 and under and we are planning to adopt. Your story is very encouraging and I’m glad to know tnat it can be done!

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  38. Hey Jessica!
    I was reading your most recent post about the Essential oils for orphans and the openings in Uganda and was ve dry interested in the possibility of going on the trip nest summer! My husband and I are very passionate about the same things you are! He is a chiropractor and we both are in the process of adopting. Of you have time I’d appreciate you emailing me on any info about the trip to Uganda

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  39. hi jessica. i am an avid reader of your blog! my family and i have just recently moved to hammond louisiana. and was wondering if you could reccomend a pediatrician around here. we are willing to drive a good distance. thanks

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  40. I am so incredibly happy you are back!
    If there is ever a way to repost the lioness arising series, they are an invaluable addition to the vaccine topic. God leading me to those stories, in the darkness of our battle with vaccine injury, was life changing. We were not alone, we were not crazy, and we had hope. If you ever need anything, from protesters to proofreaders, I’m happy to help!

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  41. Jessica, I was wondering if you can copy some of your old posts onto this new site, particular the post about fever (Fevers Are Not To Fear). I have gotten into so many conversations with people who do not understand fevers and I would love to be able to share your post with them. I saved it in my email for myself because I thought it was such a good post full of information, but I would like to be able to send a link to other people because it laid everything out so nicely in one post, but I am no longer able to link back to the old site. Are you able to put that post on this site? Maybe the one about strep as well. Thank you! I have learned so much from you over the years and I really miss your site and the updates on your sweet, beautiful family.

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  42. Hi, I had pinned an article from your old blog called, International travel to third world countries and vaccines. Do you still have that article that it could be resposted? or is it already reposted somewhere?

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