Nope, we don't do any. I gave my first only DTaP at 2 months, I was going to pick and choose which vaxs we were going to do, that all went out the window with a vax reaction. She had the horrid scream that they do with swelling of the brain. Screamed the rest of that day which wasn't usual for her, she cried all the time anyway, but this was different, and then slept. I could barely get her to wake up to nurse for the next 2 days, that child never slept even as a baby and then was just off. Today she has multiple disorders, maybe she would of developed all of them anyway but I firmly believe that for her, the vaxing did not help. I found out later that my BIL suffered a vax reaction as a child and developed his tics because of it so there is a family history of vax reactions.
I am completely at peace with my decision. We did experience pertussis in a newborn with my second child and as awful as that was, it didn't change my mind. We've been exposed to Hib, had H1N1 back when it first came out and was a big deal, 2 of my 4 kids have had CP, all but this current baby have had rotavirus, we get true influenza every other year it seems, and I'm ok with it. Giving vaxs to my kids seem riskier IMO.