There's a thread at the moment about no vax / no visit. I don't want to derail it as everyone there seems to be first time Mum's and I'm interested in those with larger families.
When I had DD1 I was really particular about ensuring visitors had vaccines up to date. There had recently been an outbreak of WC and I was scared. It wasn't as well known then to get the vaccine as adults but it wasn't difficult to obtain.
DD2 I was a little more relaxed as DD1 was in childcare so spent a lot more time out of the house doing drop offs and pick ups.
DS was born when my eldest was at school. He would have been exposed to so much but I did the best I could by wearing him in a sling at all times we were around school.
Same for dd3 except I had 2 kids at school. I think by then I'd even forgot to ask relatives who had had the vaccine. I didn't have the luxury of staying home ever.
I'm interested whether others had to relax about this with subsequent kids or whether I'm just particularly slack?
Added to the mix is the WC vaccine is almost impossible to obtain here unless you are high risk so asking people to have it would have been impossible for many.