Violet Lorraine Kiest died 48 Hours after her 4-month shots.
Violet brought her parents and two-year old sister so much joy. At about four months old, she had just learned how to roll over and was able to sit up with assistance. March 10, 2018 was the day their lives shattered; the day that she went to live in Heaven.
Shared from her mother:
“It was two days prior on March 8th that I took Violet in for her routine four month old shots according to the CDC childhood vaccination schedule. She screamed when they gave the vaccines. I wish I would have known the dangers of these toxic shots before that doctor’s visit. I think about that day and how I wish I could go back and choose to not vaccinate. The person trained to give vaccinations at the US Air Force Base, where we lived, told us that if Violet’s fever reached 102 degrees, to take her to the emergency room (ER). I thought, “Okay, that won’t happen.” About 6-8 hours later, we were in the ER with Violet, with a fever of 103.4 degrees. As we were on our way in to the ER, she was in and out of consciousness, and NOT her smiley self. They hooked her up to the heart monitor and her poor little heart rate rose as high as 216 beats per minute. They were not worried and told me that the high heart rate was from the fever, which was from her vaccinations.”
They gave her Tylenol and sent them home.
“The next morning, Violet woke up with a 100-degree temperature and after that, there was no more fever. She was lethargic, but I just thought she was sleepy. She nursed great and was having normal diapers, so I thought all was well. We had a great day up in the mountains the day of her passing. She never fought falling to sleep, but on that Saturday night — she was inconsolable. We played the normal nature sounds and she went to sleep. We were at my best friend and neighbor’s house. My friend laid Lettie down in the rock-n-play and we checked on her every 10-15 minutes because I didn’t have a monitor at her house.
When it was time to head home that night, I went in to get her and she was lifeless. I tried to blow a few breaths in, but I was in too much of a panic. She hadn’t been gone long. We just had checked on her 10 minutes prior. My friend’s husband and my husband both did cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), but no luck. We then followed the ambulance to the hospital and they tried for hours to revive her. I knew she was gone, but I just prayed and prayed that she would come back to us. They came to tell us that she was gone.”