Apparently it is still possible to get Chicken Pox, even though you have recieved both vaccinations. It looks like only 2% develop it after being vaccinated. Even with those odds, BOTH my kids currently have the Chicken Pox.
The good news is that it's a mild case, and it shouldn't take them very long to get over it. They think it's a pretty sweet deal right now -- they feel fine AND don't have to go to school!
Oh dear. I remember having chicken pox when I was five at this time of year. I was bummed because I missed my Kindergarten Christmas party. Mine was pretty mild as well but I gave it to my siblings and they have really bad cases.
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