Since I'm not one to settle for secondary sources, a commenter led me to this piece from the Centers for Disease Control: www.cdc.gov/vaccines/acip/committee/guidance/rec-vac-preg.html
Click from the feeder page to open the Pregnancy Principles PDF. And note that although they were written in 2008, the feeder page states that these guiding principles "are still applicable today." Scroll down to page 7, 1C:
"Concerns about vaccination of pregnant women
i.Lack of data to make evidence-based decisions.
1. No or limited well-controlled trials to establish efficacy of vaccines in pregnant women or . their offspring.
2. No or limited post-licensure studies of efficacy or safety, eg, from registries, VAERS, or Vaccine Safety Datalink.
3. No or limited animal data
4. No or limited data on burden of illness."
(Bear with me. I've given up on the quote feature for now).
So, um, yea. I'd have some second thoughts. And third, fourth, fifth, and 105th.
The OP can listen to our bantering and decide for herself. Hopefully the back-and-forth has been helpful to her. But in my mind, to consent to a medical intervention in the absence of science doesn't seem terribly pro-science.