If you are NOT vaccinated or your child is under12 months old:
Stay away from places where large numbers of people congregate.
If you are vaccinated you do not have to worry and it is safe to visit airports, shopping malls and tourist attractions.
The only way to protect yourself is vaccination. Women who are trying to get pregnant should check with their health care provider to see if they are immunized. Wait one month after the MMR vaccine before trying to get pregnant. If you are pregnant get the MMR after you give birth.
Last year, the U.S. had a record number of measles cases.
As many as one in 20 children with measles develop pneumonia. This is the most common cause of death from measles in young children, according to the CDC. Children under 5 and adults over 20 are at higher risk for getting complications from the measles virus, including hospitalization and death.
As a nurse, I am a pro-vaccine professional for many reasons. I simply believe in medical research and do not want herd immunity to disappear, which protects those children and people, who have diminished immune systems and cannot receive vaccines.
"Delivery Man" premieres this weekend. My husband and I had
the pleasure of seeing Delivery Man this past July at a
Disney sponsored event.
Both of us found "Delivery Man" very entertaining, it was not only
funny but it had a serious side to it as well.
Vince Vaughn's character, David Wozniak, is a thirty something, meat
delivery man, who finds out that 533 children have been delivered
with him as their sperm donor father.
The writers and actors did a wonderful job making the movie
Vince Vaughn's character, who is basically a professional and
personal screw-up is both funny and serious as he tries to
become each child's "guardian angel". I found myself laughing
and crying as Vince's character took control of his incredible
I think Delivery Man should be added to your list of entertaining
movies to see during the upcoming Holiday season.
I hope you enjoy it as much as my husband and I did.
“Tangled” maybe a great Disney Movie about Rapunzel, but at home with a preschooler “tangled hair” is a nightmare. On vacation it can even be worse.
My goals managing “tangled” hair go way back to my own person problems with coiffed curls that would never quite cooperate.
Brush or comb every day
No “bed head” outside of the house except in emergencies
Be satisfied with less than perfection when a pre-schooler is involved
Recently…like last night, I came across this… “a tangled hair post”.
Personally, I intend to try out some of the suggested products to make my life as a doting grandmother and my granddaughter’s life more pleasant went it comes to hair creations!
I am wondering what other suggestions you might have…when it comes to “Tangled” in your home?
Keeping it Clean
Circle of Moms member Jyothi J. has a good answer to this dilemma. Her secret is keeping her child’s hair very clean; dirty hair seems to be more resistant to tangling in the first place. Many moms recommend looking for shampoos and other hair care products that are chemical-free or formulated to be gentle for kids, who might get them in their eyes.