When you are trying to sort it out, keep in mind a few things:
1. if you are looking at reaction rates, figure out if that is per series or per dose. It is typically per dose. Thus, if a reaction that concerns you has a posted rate of 1/10 000, if you recieve 3 doses, it is really a risk of 1/10 000 the first dose, 1/10 000 the second dose and 1/10 000 the third dose.
2. When you are looking at number of cases and complications per case, keep in mind it is reported
cases. Many cases, historically, are quite under-reported. Take measles - for instance. It is often said measles has a death rate of 1/1000. However, it needs to be noted that historically only about 1/7 cases of mealses were reported….which means the real death rate was closer to 1/7000. In Europe recently, it was around 1/2400-1/3000, per reported case. Citations available if anyone wants to make me find them.
I do recommend waiting to vaccinate until you have sorted it out. Start researching the newborn /early infant ones first. I will say: you can almost always vaccinate later, you cannot undo it. There is very little risk to waiting - check out the disease rates from the CDC Pink book and the CDC MMWR weekly to give you an idea on just how safe waiting actually is.
I would also do a search on how to protect newborns from pertussis. As almost all infants who die from pertussis were too young to be vaccinated anyways; this is something you should familiarise yourself with no matter if you choose to vaccinate or not. Myself I am partial to the breastfeed and stay the heck away from crowded public places until 4 months plan. Wear your baby if you need to go out, people are less likely to get up close and personal if you are wearing him or her.