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11 Baby Turkey Costumes for This Thanksgiving

By Alice Gomstyn |

Just because Halloween is behind us, it doesn’t mean dress-up time is over — especially if you have a baby!

With Thanksgiving coming up, you can take advantage of baby turkey costumes, hats, and even diaper covers. It’s almost enough to make real turkeys jealous … I say almost, because, realistically, their tiny turkey brains are probably consumed with other things this time of year, like campaigning for presidential pardons.

Back to your baby: Your little bundle of joy may not actually enjoy being bundled in random turkey-esque ensembles, but he won’t remember feeling uncomfortable for a few hours … whereas you will definitely remember how adorable and/or hilarious your kid looked when you dressed him like Thanksgiving dinner and then “served” him in on a giant dish in the middle of the dining room table. (Cute idea, right? Unless you have family of recovering cannibals — in which case, definitely don’t do that.)

Check out 11 fun turkey costumes and hats below. Whether you prefer your bird get-ups live or cooked, these will have you (and your baby) covered!

11 Baby Turkey Costumes for This Thanksgiving

11 Turkey Costumes & Hats for Babies

It's time to give thanks ... for adorable babies dressed as turkeys!

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Alice Gomstyn is a former newspaper reporter and online news producer who is now a mildly inappropriate mommy of two. In her spare time, she enjoys strolling, sleeping and crafting deep, insightful poems about baby poop. See more from her at Mildly Inappropriate Mommy. Read bio and latest posts → Read Alice's latest posts →

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