Vaccinations schedule for my baby, and my life path…


Posted on : 30-05-2009 | By : dutdot | In : All about my baby, Life's Musings, Parenting

I’m very much relieved, right now, since baby has no fever anymore. She had a slight fever last night, a normal reaction from the vaccinations she had yesterday at the clinic. Even though my baby had slight fever last night, she managed to smile and respond to me, a gesture which made us (husband and me) cry last night when I told him about it upon his return from work.

If I am not mistaken, she was given 3 vaccinations on her 2nd month: Hepatitis B (2nd dose, the 1st dose was given on her birth at the hospital); Oral Polio (2nd dose; 1st dose was given at birth. I have to ask about the 2nd dose on Sunday because I think this wasn’t given yesterday); DPT (1st dose); and H. Influenza B (1st dose).

Here’s the schedule of her other vaccinations in the coming months and years:

  • 3 months (June 28): BCG
  • 4 months (July 28): Oral Polio (3rd dose); DPT (2nd dose); H. Influenza B (2nd dose)
  • 6 months (Sept28): Hepatitis B (3rd dose); Oral Polio (4th dose); DPT (3rd dose); H. Influenza B (3rd dose)
  • 1 year (April 27’10): MMR (1st dose)
  • 1.5 years (Oct27’10): Oral Polio (5th dose); DPT (4th dose); H. Influenza B (4th dose)
  • 2 years (April 27, ’11): Meningococcal Meningitis Vaccine
  • 2.5 years (Oct27,’11): Oral Polio (6th dose)
  • 3.5 years (Oct27,’12): DPT (5th dose)
  • 4.5 years (Oct27,’13): Oral Polio (7th dose)
  • School Entry (TBA): MMR (2nd dose)

I’m free today to do all the things I wanted to do because it’s my husband’s turn to take care of our baby. Woot. It’s a relief for me. Ooops. Don’t get me wrong. I love taking care of my baby. She’s so adorable. But, yep, mommy needs time for herself, too. I am the one in-charge of taking care our baby 5x a week from Sunday to Thursday, and it’s hubby’s turn on Friday and Saturday. Well, even though I have two days off, I can’t still get to do all the things I wanted to do. Haha. That means I’m overwhelmed with what I should do. I have lots of ideas, interests, and my mind works all the time, thinking of various things.

Whenever I babysit my baby, I steal some minutes, or an hour to surf the Web, watch videos, and blog a little. I planned to read my pending readings today, but I also feel the urge to surf the Web. But, yes, there’s not much concentration because I am also tempted to catch some sleep while baby sleeps.

This time, I planned to read some good readings on my cabinet. I spotted on the e-books I printed a year ago about Financial Success. Duh. I wish to be financially free, really, that is, without waiting for paycheck to come in. I want my own business/company to flourish…soon…because it hasn’t started yet. It just couldn’t take off because my hands are full.

While reading through the pages of the printed e-book, I saw this sort of reminder to myself regarding my life path, of which majority of the results of the Life Path, really, I don’t remember where I got it so there’s no way for me to acknowledge the source. Let me just quote the words verbatim:


The Life Path 6 indicates that very prominent in your nature is a strong sense of responsibility. You are idealistic and must feel useful to be happy. The main contribution you make is that of advice, service and ever present support. This is the Life Path related to leadership by example and assumption of responsibility. thus, it is your obligation to pick up the burden and always be ready to help.

The Life Path 6 is one who is compelled to function with strength and compassion, a sympathetic and kind person, generous with personal and material resources. Wisdom, balance, and understanding are the cornerstones of this Life Path. Your extraordinary wisdom and the ability to understand the problems of others is apt to commence from an early age allowing you to easily span the generation gap and assume an important role in life early on. While the 6 may assume huge responsibilities in the community, the life revolves around the immediate home and family, for this is the most domestic of numbers. Most with Life Path 6 are the positive types who willingly carry far more than their share of the load and are always there when needed. You are very human and realistic about life, and you feel that the most important thing in your life is the home, family and friends.

The number 6 Life Path actually produces few negative examples, but there are some pitfalls peculiar to the path. Avoid a tendency to become overwhelmed by responsibilities and a slave to others. Also avoid being too critical (of yourself and others). The misuse of this Life Path produces tendecies towards exaggeration, over-expansiveness, and self-righteousness. Imposing one’s views in an interfering or meddling way must be an issue of concern. The natural burdens of this number are heavy, and on rare occasions, responsibility is abdicated by persons with this Life Path 6. This rejection of responsibility will make you feel very guilty and uneasy, and it will have very damaging effects upon your relationship with others.

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