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Babes in Turkey Pans. A Turkey Themed Slideshow.

I had heard of people taking an annual photo of their baby in their turkey pan. A really good turkey pan can be passed down for generations and what makes an heirloom better? Generations of babies being photographed in them. Since Addie was born in December she never made it into a turkey pan, but now with Vivi around, there will be some turkey/baby shots. I decided to gather a bunch of photos of babies in turkey pans, or even better, newborn babies being dwarfed by a Thanksgiving turkey…and I found some.

I also found that the whole baby in a turkey pan thing can go horribly…horribly wrong.

I’ll start with the innocent ones. Then we’ll go into the more…tragic ones.

I think it goes without saying (or maybe it doesn’t since I have the photos to prove it) don’t put your baby in the oven. Or the microwave. Just don’t. And if your baby is bawling their head off? Abandon photo and snuggle, don’t be that parent.


  • Two friends and a turkey. 1 of 16
    Two friends and a turkey.
    Look, let's cut the turkey, I like you a lot.
    Photo credit: silandara.com
  • Looks like a tender one. 2 of 16
    Looks like a tender one.
    The baby even has a turkey leg hat on!
    Photo credit: Nadira
  • TINY BABY AND A TURKEY! 3 of 16
    TINY BABY AND A TURKEY!
    I'll take the one on the right, please and thank you.
    Photo credit: Where I Have Landed
  • There’s no way you could cook that thing in there. 4 of 16
    There's no way you could cook that thing in there.
    I didn't even know people still HAD electric roasters.
    Photo credit: Doll fan.
  • Only once will the turkey be bigger than the baby. 5 of 16
    Only once will the turkey be bigger than the baby.
    One week later the baby was twice the size of the turkey.
    Photo credit: Diane
  • His jammies say World Famoose 6 of 16
    His jammies say World Famoose
    Forget the turkey, I want to nom his cheeks.
    Photo credit: flickr
  • When you leave the baby to daddy. 7 of 16
    When you leave the baby to daddy.
    That baby's not even garnished properly!
    Photo credit: Popsense
  • Cutest little turkey of them all. 8 of 16
    Cutest little turkey of them all.
    If only it were this easy to make them this perfect.
    Photo credit: Jeff Rozema
  • Crock pot baby. 9 of 16
    Crock pot baby.
    A little Tabasco and he'll be perfect.
    Photo credit: Jeff Rozema
  • I happen to enjoy a good Butterball every November. 10 of 16
    I happen to enjoy a good Butterball every November.
    This? Is hysterical.
    Photo credit: Coolest homemade costumes
  • She needs a pan with higher sides, his hands are going to crisp way too fast. 11 of 16
    She needs a pan with higher sides, his hands are going to crisp way too fast.
    I love how the baby is seriously questioning his mother.
    Photo credit: Family Ever After
  • Forget the books, cook from your heart mom. 12 of 16
    Forget the books, cook from your heart mom.
    Forget the Bumbo, it's all about baby in bookends.
    Photo credit: Family Ever After
  • The lid would never fit on that. 13 of 16
    The lid would never fit on that.
    Apparently the babysitter left this behind as "evidence."
    Photo credit: We know awesome
  • The true spirit of Thanksgiving… 14 of 16
    The true spirit of Thanksgiving...
    I'm going to go out on a wing and say that is one heavy tray.
    Photo credit: Parent Fail
  • Well this one’s just…awww. 15 of 16
    Well this one's just...awww.
    Save the baby! SAVE THE BABY!
    Photo credit: Jeff Rozema
  • So these are technicall doll parts, but her face! 16 of 16
    So these are technicall doll parts, but her face!
    Nightmares, that is all.
    Photo credit: Edit International

Photo Credit: CostumesOf.com

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