Until the 1950s, most people never got any vaccinations at all. To see how much kids’ lives have changed because of vaccination, find somebody who was a kid in the 1940s or 1950s (They would be about 65 or 75 years old now – your grandparents might be about the right age).
Ask them about their experiences with measles, mumps, chickenpox, and polio – all diseases that kids your age get vaccinated against now. Ask them whether they got a smallpox vaccination (you did not get one – why not?).