I sort of fit. With dd#1 I started researching the whole vaccine issue before she was born and decided that I would delay them. My mother went and told her pediatrician who told my mom "Oh, I'll talk to her!" I guess he though b/c I was a teen mom and his former patient that he could make me do it? I think not. The fact that I had so much opposition to me making an informed choice made me want to know even more, so back to researching I did. I eventually came to the decision that I would just delay and selectively vax dd-but I couldn't come up with a schedule or a vax that I was completely comfortable with, so I was sort of "indefinately delaying".
Then, my older dd cut herself really deeply on her foot and we ended up in the ER with a tetanus shot, or DTP is what they gave her I'm almost positive. They were suppoused to give her immungloblulin, but whatever. I still have to get her medical records from that visit. Sure enough however, she had a reaction-a high fever, lethargy, and vomiting. I realized then that I shouldn't have been surprised b/c when I had my DTP as a child, my whole leg siffened up and I could barely walk for days. That experience only reaffirmed my decision not to vax my dd.
As for my younger dd, she was never had any vaxes, and she probably never will. I just have a bad feeling about vaxing her; she might have celiac disease, has speech issues, and might have some learning disabilities. I just can't picture her handling vaxing very well at all, especially with the combo vaxes that they are giving nowadays! I'm decided that I will indefinately delay for now.