I'd be seriously peeved if someone responded to my question by just telling me to look in the archives. That's like trying to find a needle in a haystack, particularly with the search engine the way it is. I've never had any luck with it, anyway.
So here you go -- Stephanie Cave's recommendations:Hep B:
If mother is Hep B positive or her status unknown: Give at birth, then follow CDC recommended schedule.
If mother is Heb B negative: Wait until just before starting day care, or, if not in day care, until the year before starting school. Give the second shot one month after the first; give the third shot four months after the first.Hib, IPV (polio), DTaP:
4 months: Hib and IPV
5 months: DTap
6 months: Hib, IPV
7 months: DTaP
8 months: Hib
9 months: DTaP
17 months: Hib, IPV
18 months: DTaP
Boosters: 4-5 years of age for DTaP and IPV.
(Make sure all are mercury free.)Prevnar:
Doesn't recommend prior to age 2, and then 1 dose.Varicella:
Give close to school age (age 4-5) if mandated and if child is not immune to chicken pox based on a blood test.MMR:
Give in separate vaccines: measles at 15 months, rubella a year later and mumps a year after rubella. Give boosters at age 4-5, during the six months before your child starts school. You could ask your doctor to check the titers for immunity to the MMR and skip the booster if your child is already immune and your state allows proof of immunity in place of the shots. Recheck titers at 12 years.
Hope this helps. (It's not necessarily the schedule I would feel comfortable following, but it's what you asked for.)