|Does anyone know if when I go to his 4 year check if I want to delay them if I can wait for those vaxs until he is 5? Or, if I do decide on vaxing him for any of the ones he already had if they will be effective?
You don't HAVE to do anything. Not getting further vaccinations does not make previous vaccines received ineffective. I guess I'm wondering, if you are homeschooling, why you feel it so necessary to do any of these, unless you are afraid of your child getting one of these illnesses.
And in regards to what is "required", it's usually only a measles booster that is required, not mumps and rubella. Your child is considered "up to date" on the other two. Of course, they only want to give you the combo. If you are concerned about measles, you can always ask for a titre test.
In regards to death by disease vs. death by vaccination, you'll never see such data. First of all, it's estimated that only 10% of adverse reactions to vaccines are even reported. Secondly, it's nearly impossible to get VAERS or a doctor to acknowledge that a vaccine is responsible for a child's death. Thirdly, these vaccines can cause many problems that are just about as concerning as death.
As far as polio goes, there hasn't even been a natural case of polio in the U.S. since the 70's and it's been erradicated in the Northern Hemisphere since the 80's, as I recall. Rubella is just about considered erradicated in the U.S. Imo, you really need to read about these illnesses so that you are not in such fear of them. Then you really need to read about these vaccines and realize why you should fear them.
We are given the impression we are done with vaxes, for the most part, once they pass infancy. The truth is, there is being more and more added to the list everyday.