We started off select/delay, ended up stopping because of reactions to DTaP at 2 and 5mos. At this point I have no plans to vax for tetanus. I'm pretty confident in the fact it's pretty rare, proper wound care, and when in doubt the ER should admin TIG anyways. DD is 2.5 and a complete dirt seeking tomboy, she's in the garden with me all the time, and we compost with manure, have friends with farms, and she is perpetually bare foot. I've had some pretty severe reactions to tdap boosters as an adult and since she has many of the same sensitivities as I do we've assessed that the risk of the vax reaction is so much greater for her than the risk of actually contracting tetanus that we'll just play it by ear. As she gets older and understand a bit more I'll start to talk to her about wound care and washing, but for now we watch her and give her a good once over in the tub - which I generally use some variety of epsom salts, baking soda, and/or essential oils so it all gets cleaned up pretty well. There is no singular tetanus, even the lesser combo still contains diphtheria and for most cases in the ER they will give tdap booster, not Td and NOT the TIG because they don't actually think it's tetanus.