I bought Andrea's Baby Pack in 1980. It was advertised in Mothering, Autumn, 1980 from Corvallis, OR. It is patented.
I sent an order years later and apparently it is no longer made. I would love one for my grandchild.
Yes. There are others. I mentioned on another thread about actress and Dr. Mayim Bialik PhD in neurology from UCLA, did not vax her sons and has stated that the subject is not up for discussion. But you know, it is easier to make fun of a blonde playboy bunny or actress, than a person who could really discuss the subject intelligently! There are plenty of others, I am sure, as not all are public about their health choices. Lisa Kennedy Montgomery is a mom and a media...
Wow! Great thread!
My family has vaccine reactions dating back to the early 1900s, both sides.
My sister and my daughter have a spinal bifida occulta, thyroid problems abound, and acne and baby acne.
The advent of the internet has lowered the value of good reporting and writing. We will probably never see another Woodward and Bernstein in our lifetimes.
Doing investigation, research, study, interviews, writing, keeping notes, proofreading and referencing are all becoming lost arts as conversations become one line tweets.
And for someone like me who learned to write, rewrite, and use the MLA pamphlet, the 600 page APA is the rule now and I do not care to...
... and of course, Marcella Gruelle who died from a smallpox vaccination reaction; she owned the first Raggedy Ann Doll. Her father wrote the books after she died. Yes, that is why she is not listed as one of the last people to NATURALLY acquire the disease as Rahima Banu in Bangladesh in 1976 (variola major), and Ali Maow Maalin in Somalia in 1975, (variola minor). The last epidemic of smallpox was 1972 - it was controlled and stopped by the use of vaccination AND...