If you miss the chance to vaccinate your children or feel like you shouldn't have to, you are setting them up for failure later in life. It's good to get them early and drill into them the importance of taking vaccines when required.
Some of the most important vaccines that your children will need early in life include the potent MMR (measles, mumps, and rubella) vaccine. These infections can be potentially life-threatening infections to come across and are incredibly contagious (making them terrible to carry at school for young children). It's one of the most important vaccines to get into your child early.
The DTaP (diphtheria, tetanus, and pertussis) vaccine is also important. These diseases might not develop organically, but something simple like a rusty needle or animal scratch could lead to life-threatening complications. Also, the pneumococcal conjugate vaccine (PCV) is a good vaccine to make sure that your child has it early in life, as these diseases can be deadly if left alone.
Getting your children vaccinated shouldn't even be brought into question. It should be something that you do as a parent to ensure that they will live a long and healthy life. Getting protection early from some of the deadliest diseases in the world ensures that they will grow up with strong immune systems and resilience that they otherwise wouldn't pick up without a vaccination.