Moms talk about vaccinations, bullying and wardrobe battles!

Do you think physicians have the right to keep non-vaccinated children out of their offices?

Published: Wednesday, March 19, 2014 at 2:04 p.m.
Last Modified: Wednesday, March 19, 2014 at 2:04 p.m.
Hi Moms,

There is a pretty heated debate currently taking place as to whether physicians should have the right to keep non-vaccinated children out of their offices. Some physicians and parents believe that this separation is unfair, while others argue that allowing non-vaccinated children to be in close proximity with infants that are not protected from potentially life-threatening illnesses is dangerous. What is your take on this discussion?

Moms are also sharing their opinions regarding an elementary school's reaction to a bullying problem that has left many people angry and confused. A 9-year-boy was being pretty severely bullied for his decision to carry a My Little Pony lunch box. Instead of handling the bullying, the school banned the lunch box, calling it a "trigger for bullying." What do you have to say about the way the school handled this situation?

Last but not least, do you have a child who is outspoken about what he or she likes to wear each day. My 3.5-year-old daughter is pretty particular about her clothes, and while I try to compromise the best I can, there are times mommy simply knows best - like when it's 40 degrees outside and pants are a must! How do you handle wardrobe battles?

Talk to you on the forum!

Stacy Fournier

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