No article, just memory. Back in the 1950s, every summer, mothers used to bring their kids to measles or chicken pox parties to deliberately expose their kids to the diseases at a time when they would not miss school as a result.
There was no vaccine then, and it was regarded as certain that your kid was going to get them sooner or later, so it made sense to control when. It was also believed, especially with mumps, that the younger they got them, the less likely they would be severe.
Once they had them, they were safe from then on.
Note that they did not have Polio parties. Polio killed children,
So, considering how long it will be before the vaccines will reach all children, I wonder if COVID parties for kids of vaccinated parents might not be a good idea this summer before the schools reopen in the fall?
Am I serious? Maybe half way, but it makes more sense than the anti-vaxers.