Here's hoping you got settled in your mind about what is right for you and your family for today, Lacrymosa
Although my brothers and I grew up fully vaxed, my ILs did thing differently. When DH was a baby, he had (TWICE) the classic adverse reaction to the DTP, presumably to the pertussis component. After that, MIL slowed way down on vaxxes and really (I think) only did what was required by schools (not much until college, since they were homeschoolers).
DH would be just as happy to completely avoid vaxxing our kids. I have done a lot of research and eventually decided that a) I want to foster the development of their natural immune systems by allowing them to grow unimpacted by vaccines until they are fully weaned and b) there are really only three vaccine-preventable diseases which, for a small child, I think "Oh SH*T" instead of "oh, well" when I imagine my kid having them: diptheria, tetanus, and polio. So that's what we have vaccinated DS1 & DS2 for, starting after they weaned and finishing . . . soon - we've been going through a saga getting DT instead of DTaP for them and DS1 should get his last dose this week and DS2 should get his first dose.
But even with the same family histories, my brothers and in-laws have made choices everywhere on the spectrum of vaccine choices for my kids' cousins. All the way from NO VACCINES to ON SCHEDULE.
Oh, we will also probably do the MMR & Varicella vaccines if the kids haven't had those illnesses by the time they are hitting puberty, because they are more dangerous for older kids/adults than they are for young children - but we'd probably also let our kids have some say in that decision.