Nurses dress newborns like turkeys at St. Luke's hospital

- Nurses in St. Louis, Missouri relive their elementary school crafting days every year at Thanksgiving, but the turkeys they’re making are probably much cuter than the ones drawn by hand on construction paper.

The nurses at Saint Luke’s Hospital in Saint Louis dress newborns in little turkey sacks, making the cutest little Thanksgiving turkeys on earth.

Dressing newborn babies in holiday gear at Thanksgiving is a tradition celebrated at year after year at the hospital. We can definitely see why.

The neonatal unit at any hospital is already a popular viewing area, but at Thanksgiving, flocks, (See what we did there?), of people line up to take a look at the little gobblers. 

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