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11 times maternity wards absolutely nailed newborn costumes (PHOTOS)

Stephanie Jade Wong is an editorial intern at SheKnows and a Newhouse arts journalism graduate student at Syracuse University. Shes a Life & Style lead producer for The NewsHouse and runs a fashion, beauty and lifestyle blog. Wong is a m...

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Dressed to impress

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Dressed to impress

There aren't many things cuter than a newborn baby decked out for the holidays, but a whole nursery of babies sporting holiday gear is one of them.

Hospitals around the country are killing us with cuteness by dressing up newborns in maternity wards in adorable little outfits when they're born on or around special holidays.

From turkeys to frogs and beyond, here are some of the most adorable we've seen.

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Leap day

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Leap day

Leap Day babies sprang into the world in style at St. Clair's Hospital in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

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St. Patrick's Day

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St. Patrick's Day

Lucky babies born on St. Patrick's Day were presented in a shamrock bundle at St. Luke's Hospital in Chesterfield, Missouri. 

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Easter

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Easter

This precious chickadee is nestling in an Easter baby bunting at Washington Health System. 

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Mother's Day

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Mother's Day

This sweet one came into this world on Mother's Day at St. Luke's Hospital, AKA the "baby bunting hospital."

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Father's Day

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Father's Day

This little one at St. Luke's Hospital looks like she's ready for a bear hug from Dad.

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Independence Day

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Independence Day

Three cheers for the red, white and blue! This baby born at Washington Health System is ready for a patriotic party. 

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Halloween

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Halloween

This little spider at Washington Health System is probably the cutest you'll ever see. 

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Thanksgiving

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Thanksgiving

Talk about a cornucopia of love. This little turkey was dressed up by St. Luke's Hospital. 

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Christmas

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Christmas

This stocking full of cheer was born on Christmas Day at St. Luke's Hospital. 

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