Now excuse me while I make my own rendition for a mother-daughter turkey trot.
This little sweetie rocks the happy turkey baby look with class. Tell me — don't you just want to tickle that perfect turkey tummy? (Spirit of Halloween, $55)
Things start to take a turn here, since this sweet turkey hat is served on a platter, instead of, say, a mannequin. (Etsy, $19)
Even big kids can gobble up the turkey theme, and they're far more likely to stay in character than a dumb baby.
I blame Tori Spelling for this terrible costume. No, seriously, this is Tori Spelling's turkey baby. She's not even gobbling with any conviction.
Don't you want to chase after this munchkin and her turkey tailfeathers? We can definitely get behind this cute little onesie and half-tutu costume.
I can't even blame Tori Spelling for this one, since this adorable celebrity turkey baby actually belongs to Jimmy Fallon.
Whether it's his wide eyes or the peaceful way he holds his Thanksgiving sign with pudgy fingers, this turkey baby has clearly found his zen.
From the cartoon turkey face to the cute striped legwarmers, this understated turkey onesie is the stuff of Thanksgiving legend. My only real concern is the faux-hawk. (Etsy, $29)
OK, this turkey baby loses points for not actually resting his pudgy limbs inside the fleecy warmth of a turkey onesie. But he clearly gets bonus points for excitedly drooling, and topping it all off with a pilgrim hat.
Confession: This dog is clearly not a turkey child, but he is amazing. And his presence here begs the question — do children or dogs make a more convincing turkey?
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