The admitting nurse said "Your son is due for his first vaccines, so I'll be giving them after your appointment today."
I said, "No, thank you. You won't be giving any shots today."
So as our appointment with the CPNP was coming to an end, she brought up the issue with vaccines and asked me what changed from my last son (fully vaxxed to 18 months) and this son (now 4 months). I said that I felt this baby is a lot more sensitive than my first and I wasn't going to risk injecting him with ANYTHING. She said she understood my feelings, as DS2 had a traumatic beginning thanks to the Vitamin K shot, but she hoped I would take time to think about getting vaccines--particularly as Pertussis was so prevalent in our area. She said that vaccines are a wonderful thing, but it's too bad all the adjuvents are there. A "necessary evil" she called them.
So it went as well as could be expected. We'll see if she pushes them at our next well-child check, though!