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Baby's First Thanksgiving

Updated on November 26, 2013

Baby's First Thanksgiving

Is this the first turkey day for your little one? Make this special family holiday one to remember as you give thanks for your new special blessing at the Thanksgiving table this year. Your loved ones are sure to have their cameras out, so make sure your baby's ready for the paparazzi with these adorable Thanksgiving baby outfits, onesies and bibs. Be sure to thank your family members with a special gift of a photo frame from baby - perfect for grandparents far away! And don't forget to reward your little one with a Thanksgiving board book just for them!

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Dress Your Baby Up For Thanksgiving - Baby's First Thanksgiving Outfit

Your baby's first Thanksgiving may be the first time he or she spends time with family members who only travel for the holidays, so lots of photos are sure to be taken. Be sure your little turkey is looking good in a special baby Thanksgiving outfit - or, knowing how often you might change your little one, maybe pick up two!

This adorable Turkey Day outfit is made of 100% soft cotton knit. It features a bright yellow long sleeve shirt with velcro closure on front for easy on/off access, a Pilgrim turkey applique on front, brown pants with velcro closure at waist for adjustable fit, and a matching knotted hat with orange, bright yellow and brown stripes and a pilgrim turkey applique on front. The outfit also comes with orange booties with brown soles, and a receiving blanket too! Give it as a gift or pick it up for your little one!

Thanksgiving Baby Onesies

In addition to a baby Thanksgiving outfit, it's always a good idea to have a few onesies on hand too! These adorable onesies are perfect for the occasion!

Thanksgiving Baby Bibs

Who can forget to pack one - or five - bibs for your baby's Thanksgiving meal? These little cuties are sure to make everyone at your Thanksgiving table smile!

Baby's First Thanksgiving Photo Frame

Capture your child's first Thanksgiving with this cute frame, suitable for your baby's nursery or as a gift to grandparents or friends. This frame holds a 3.5" x 5" photo, and is sturdy enough to be mailed to loved ones far away. A great way to say "thanks" to grandma and grandpa!

My First Thanksgiving Baby Board Book

It's never too soon to get your baby interested in reading, and this sturdy and festival board book about Thanksgiving is a wonderful way to keep him or her occupied while traveling over the river and through the woods to Grandmother's house. Written by Tomie dePaola, one of the most well-known and best loved creators of children's books, "My First Thanksgiving" has bright illustrations and simply explains the story of Thanksgiving celebrations.

What are your family's Thanksgiving traditions?

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      Ruthi 5 years ago

      This article had me reminiscing all my now 40 year-old baby's firsts, not just his first Thanksgiving.

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      JenOfChicago LM 6 years ago

      @kerbev: HA! I love both of these ideas, I may have to suggest it to some friends who are new parents this year!

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      kab 6 years ago from Upstate, NY

      My brother put the giant leg on my sister's boy's lap on his first Thanksgiving (which was only a few days after he was born). Such a cute photo. I have also seen people take a photo of the baby on the family's Turkey Platter (when it's still clean). If you do this for all the babies in the family, the platter becomes an heirloom (regarless of its value). Traditions are good.

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      Elsie Hagley 6 years ago from New Zealand

      Nice lens, great idea, why not dress baby up for it's first thanks-giving. Love your intro photo. Thanks for sharing with us. Blessed