Boy, if this does have some kind of second hand downside, our personal vaporizers are doomed, law wise.
BTW, my parents smoke around me from birth to the time they quit and my siblings along with myself, ended up smoking.
ALSO, my wife's parents smoked around her and her siblings from birth and none of them smoked.
I knew friends that came from smoke free homes that ended up smoking.
I don't know what all that means statistically, but there are some stats.
4000 chemicals with the real cigs
maybe 1 to 2 with the e-cig
welle just rest in peace bb
REST IN PEACE
Yes, it was me. I have never checked any of the chemicals in nail polish remover. Crazy right? It is legal, they sell it on a shelf, so I roll with it. And even take the girls with me to the stinky nail salon. I am sure none of it is good for them. But with vaping being something new that I have control over, I want to be as cautious as possible. I was vaping in a different room, but I would never have smoked in a different room, only outside. I have decided that my vaping habits should be just like my smoking habits. Outside and hidden. That will limit how much I vape also. Everone was out of the house earlier and I stood at the stove with the fan on and vaped there. I didn't feel like much harm could have been done that way...
Originally Posted by Tallulah
I am the same, but not just with kids. At work I always go outside to vape, don't want to expose anyone to the fumes lol
I have a 15 and 16 year old. They know that vaping is a much better alternative that analogs. Anyhow, my 16 year old got acne on his face a lot worse than normal. We have been trying to figure out why. My DSE901 broke an I ordered a Screwdriver, so I have been smoking analogs for about 2 weeks now. During this time my sons acne cleared up. Coincidence?
I e-smoke VG from Johnson Creek.
I didn't read this whole thread but it might be of interest to you:
e cigrattes the mist casue acne on face?
Oh, wow!! That is definitely something to think about!!
Originally Posted by Bman
Wow, where do all your kids go to school? I took it outside and into hiding long before I even had kids and still DS came home from school in 1st grade crying about me dying because of my "drug use". My kids, nieces and nephews all know about and support my e-cig use. They don't think they are toys, but they do think they are cool. Not as something they ever want to try, but as something to keep me and hopefully other family members off analogs.
My 1st e-cig was bought solely to help me survive an essentially non-smoking trip with the extended family. After we were home and it was misplaced, I went back to analogs. My kids encouraged me to get another one. I always smoked outside, I often vape inside. IMHO it's safer. They are exposed to far more concentrated pollution when we're riding our bikes or in the car. This way, mom's always there. No need to step outside.
We've talked about addictions in general and smoking and nicotine in particular. In my experience hiding it would just make them more curious and add a hard to resist forbidden aspect. I think I'm pretty good at keeping my stuff put up, but what if I dropped a little bottle of chocolate, strawberry or whatever. Better that my kids are aware of what it is and that it's dangerous rather than "Hey look, that stuff Mom doesn't want us to know about." Then they'd mess with it for sure.
Really, where do you all send your kids to school? At least twice a year my "drug use" gets dredged up because of some assembly. It's quite aggravating.
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