Here's what babies born in 1967 were wearing and using from the Sears Spring/Summer catalog.
Any mothers from that era must remember "plastic pants."
Strollers have changed quite a bit, haven't they?
I'd say the high chairs look close to today's models. My neighbor who had children in the late 50s said she bought a wooden high chair used and sold it for what she paid for it when she no longer needed it. The new plastic type one I used for my daughter went in the garbage when we were through with it. What does that say about our disposable society?
New mothers today never heard of "bathinettes," I'd bet. My folks had one. And spell check does not recognize the word "bathinette."
You could even buy feeding supplies from Sears. Everything but the baby! And do you realize those 1967 babies are 47 years old (or soon will be)? That means they could even be grandparents now. Eeekkk!!
Have a sweet day!