As a (former) NICU nurse and pediatric nurse practitioner, I'm pretty passionate about vaccines.
But in case you aren't as confident, here's the latest details on the safety of the COVID vaccine for pregnant and breastfeeding people from "your local epidemiologist Katelyn Jenner," a PhD, MPH, biostatistician, epidemiologist, and parent to two children.
If you want to read her article yourself, go for it.
And if you want the TLDR, it's this: The COVID vaccine is both safe and effective for pregnant and breastfeeding people, and evidence suggests that some protection crosses the placenta to the unborn child.
My slightly longer summary:
So if you were on the fence about getting (another) COVID vaccine while pregnant or breastfeeding, Katelyn Jenner and I both recommend it. (I suggest you take her word much more seriously than mine. Though I am a pediatric nurse practitioner, I am not an epidemiologist nor specialist in COVID.)
Abby Wolfson is a pediatric nurse practitioner, certified child sleep consultant and certified life coach for parents. She divides her time between Brooklyn, NY and San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.