This is a sponsored post brought to you by MyIR (My Immunization Records). All opinions are my own.
People say time flies when you have kids. “The days are long, but the years are short.” Those words ring so true with me lately. I have had so many days as a stay at home mom that have brought me to tears of frustration, I never thought I would have time to myself.
But now it has begun. Next year, my daughter will be in school. Already. She’ll be in Kindergarten for the entire day. And I am not ready.
We’ve chosen her school. And now I just have to make it official. I have filled out the paperwork. Which was a pain, by the way.
The last thing on my list was to get her immunization records.
I was fortunate to have recently been contacted by a company that can help me with that part of my paperwork.
MyIR (My Immunization Records) is now available in Washington state.
If you’re a resident of Washington, getting your immunization records online couldn’t be easier.
All you do is go to the MyIR website to register. Tell your healthcare provider that you registered with MyIR, then you have access to your immunization records online. All the time.
Your kid changing schools? No problem. Traveling over seas? It’s all right there. Changing healthcare providers? Done. Are you in charge of an elderly parent? A few clicks and you’re covered.
They’ve made it so easy to review, download, and print your family’s official immunization records all from the comfort of your home…or office…or while you’re on vacation…so anywhere you can get online.
I personally need it for myself because I cannot for the life of me remember if I got the flu shot this year or not. With stuff like that, I get serious mommy brain.
When it comes to anything online, it’s also nice to know it’s secure. A word from MyIR:
Your MyIR password ensures only you have access to your family’s records. And, none of your immunization information is stored within the program—your account simply allows you to access records that are stored in your state’s immunization registry.
Now that I have everything I need, I just have to turn in my sweet little girl’s paperwork. I’m thinking that may prove to be the hardest part of this whole process….well, until the first day of school.