I highly recommend not discussing parenting styles with your ped. Docs are trained in medical stuff
(official technical term) not parenting and thus the parenting stuff they espouse is just opinion. I have 4 kids - my oldest is 10 and I have just learned to answer the questions about eating and sleeping, "He eats everything" or "She is sleeping great. I have no complaints". Or as to where, "I have a co-sleeper attached to my bed she/he sleeps there." Those are not lies and usually end the conversation. If they ask, "any behavioral concerns or questions?" Nope!
I understanding vaxing is another issue, but if you find a ped that tolerates your delaying or no-vaxing -- there is no *need* to find a doc that agrees with everything you do. I do understand the desire though, I guess I have long given up the hope of finding that perfect doc.
I just have found having a doc local to me in case of illnesses and onstaff at a local hospital in case of emergencies very important -- and I can go to my support groups for the rest.
I wish you the best!
ETA: I have yet to find a ped that is not supportive of breastfeeding -- that is living in 4 different communities and going to 9 different pediatrician practices. But I am not one to care or listen if someone (anyone) criticizes breastfeeding. I find it very useful to belong to a local AP group for support or a local LLL group -- docs also do not learn about breastfeeding in school -- they need to learn on their own (e.g. a mom) or pick it up somewhere. So I just don't bother discussing breastfeeding successes or problems or concerns with them.