We don't vax at all, and I'm blissfully comfortable with our decision.
That said, I'll add that when DD1 was new and we were considering the vax issue for the first time, it was awful. I felt like I couldn't win. I could say it was the most difficult parenting decision I've ever made. I was scared - scared that if I vaxed they would have a reaction, and scared that if I didn't vax they might get sick. And the only thing I really knew was that I didn't want to make a big decision like this based on the FEAR of anything. So I started with researching the diseases, how you get them, what the process is, how you treat it, etc. That made me a lot less afraid of them getting sick. I wouldn't want my child to suffer, but I know we could get through it. And vaccination is way too much of an unknown, IMO. We really don't understand all of the things that happen to the immune system as a result. When it came down to it, I knew that if I didn't vax and my kids got sick, we'd manage. And if I did vax and my kids got sick or had a reaction, I wouldn't be able to live with myself.