no offense, but I've researched quite a bit and am comfortable with our schedule, which is a selective and delayed one. And I can justify the ones we exempt within the framework of my religious beliefs. Which is why I am wondering if in TN one can say for instance: "The administration of any medication or vaccine developed, derived from or containing human fetal tissue or any DNA material that has been modified from it's naturally occurring form conflicts with our religious and moral beliefs. I request my children be exempted from such preventative treatments."
In Florida you had to specifically object to the administration of vaccines, in otherwords, you couldn't be opposed to specific ones, just to vaccination. I've read the TN law and it's not so clear to me that I can't just object to certain ones. Really the only ones I need waivers for are the MMR and the HEP B because I will certify that my girls have had CP and they've gotten all the other shots required for school entrance.