I know it's not November, but I recently found this picture. Unfortunately, I didn't manage to scan it before a cat knocked a glass of water over it. I dried it out, and I think (hope) you will see enough detail to get my point.
This turkey has Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS).
It would be more correct to say that the hand from which which this turkey was made has EDS.
Grace figures she was in Kindergarten when she drew this handsome guy. I figure it was first grade; -although in fairness, I would trust her memory more than my own. So she was probably 5½ or at most 6½ when she drew him.
Note how long and slender her fingers are. Many (not all) people with EDS have long fingers like these. Grace's hands have never looked like a child's hands. Even as a newborn, her hands looked like those of an adult -but in miniature. She had long, slender fingers and palm. She never had chubby, stumpy baby hands, not even when she was a chubby, round-cheeked baby.
This is not to say, of course, that all kids with long slender hands have EDS. But it might be one part of a puzzle if other signs are present.