for those who are interested, here are a couple (random) tidbits that i learned at our vax workshop. to start, i will say that we are planning on vaccinating and were mostly interested in a delayed/alternate schedule (many of pointed out dr. sears; the downside is that you're at the doc once a month pretty much as well as insurance may not cover more than x well baby visits). our workshop was with a naturopath who supports all vax decisions and is doing a delayed/alternate schedule with her own daughter, including 1 vax per visit max. this information is based on her own research, so take from it what you will and do your own research!
i also respect that everyone makes the choices that are best for their family/circumstances! travel, other children, daycare, personal beliefs, immune compromised children, allergies, etc etc etc.
one thing i learned that i didn't know was that not only does breastfeeding provide SOME level of immunity but for some diseases, it provides all the immunity your child needs...until you stop, at which time, you could choose to vaccinate. for the vaccines that require more than one shot (DTaP, Hib, PCV for example) during the first year, the shots your baby gets protects them during that time of course but they still need a booster later. and in some cases, as mentioned, breastfeeding ALSO protects. so in theory, you could breastfeed and then just get the one dose (ex Hib and PCV) at 12 or 24 months or after you stop BF.
you should stay in the ped's/doc's/naturopaths/DOs office for about 30 minutes after any vax to monitor for reaction (and that anaphylaxis is the most common uncommon reaction. like, of all the uncommon reactions, anaphylaxis is the top one, hope that makes sense)
she recommended adults/other in the household get the flu shot rather than vaccinating the baby
you can always do titers (someone else could prob explain this better) to determine how much of the immunity is in your child's blood, this would help you to determine if a booster is needed or not.
tylenol/acetaminophen should not be used for fever/other side effects because it reduces the immune response to the vaccine
the CDC recommends 42 doses of 14 vaccines before age 6! wowee.