I'm not really on either side, because this is one issue I don't really have terribly strong opinions on.
I vaccinate my daughter as per the schedule. Nobody I know IRL has ever had a reaction (well, apart from the standard swelling/fever that lasts all of a day or so) to any vaccination, and I'm of the belief that I'd rather risk the vaccine than risk the illnesses they prevent.
If our family were known to react badly to vaccines, I had a highly allergic or sickly child, etc, I'd probably reconsider that... but given everyone is normal and healthy, it's not something I've worried much about.
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