Our Great Loss-February 25, 2017

On this day I lost the love of my life. My son Johnathan will forever be 4-years-old. On the evening of February 25, 2017 he laid down for a nap and never awoke. He closed his eyes and I held in my arms unaware of the damage that had been going on inside him. I have created this page not only in his memory, but also to share with you the journey of Johnathan’s life. It is my hope that you will use the resources I provide to make an educated choice regarding a safe vaccination schedule for your own children.

I pray that no other families will suffer as we have from the loss of their child. This atrocity could have been prevented had I known that the CDC vaccination schedule is only recommended and does not have to be adhered to. If I had known that administering seven shots during one doctors visit could have caused this, I would not be writing this blog. Instead, I would be holding my little boy.

This is Johnathan’s Journey.

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Author: Stacy Wurz

I am a mother fighting to ensure all of our children are safe from multiple vaccinations. Tell your doctor we're vaccinating one shot a time.

7 thoughts on “Our Great Loss-February 25, 2017”

  1. He was such a beautiful boy. My husband has read a lot on the whole vaccination thing. We have heard so much negative things about this. What a shame that they are hurting these babies 👶. So sad. He will always be remembered by all of us that had the honor of knowing him. ❤️😭😇

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  2. Stacy,
    My heart aches for you. I am so incredibly sorry to hear of this. My thoughts and prayers go out to you.

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  3. Such a beautiful little boy. I have 4 children I birthed one I call my daughter /grand and I granddaughter we co-raised. I have never heard of giving a little one 7 shots in one day. The most 5. I am so very very sorry for the loss of your little Johnathan prayers for you and all who love and miss him

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  4. My husband is a healthcare professional and we did extensive research on whether to vaccinate our children. We chose not to and have not regretted our decision. It was a very personal choice and I am often made to feel like I neglected my children and the country for making this informed choice.

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  5. I am so sorry for the loss of your handsome little boy. May God give you all the strenght needed from this day on, and some peace in your hearts.

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