THIRTY-SIX nurses in a neonatal intensive care unit in Kansas City must give birth this year – and 20 babies have already been born
- So far, 20 babies have been born and only two of the infants have been girls
- All nurses work in the neonatal intensive care nursery at the Children's Mercy Hospital in Kansas City, Missouri.
- The last baby is expected to be born on or around December 15, according to the hospital
There is a serious baby boom at a neonatal intensive care daycare in Missouri.
The children's room at the Children's Mercy Hospital in Kansas City announced last week that they would expect babies from 36 nurses by the end of 2019.
& # 39; Our Intensive Care nurses spend their days and nights with little ones from the Midwest who need the most advanced care. They also had their own baby boom! & # 39; shared the hospital on Facebook.
Earlier this month, the hospital contained a photo of all mothers, showing all babies born to date and pregnant mothers still waiting to give birth.
& # 39; Congratulations to our growing ICN family !! & # 39; the mail went on.
The nursery at the Children's Mercy Hospital in Kansas City announced last week that by the end of 2019 they are expecting babies from 36 nurses (all pictured)
According to Children & # 39; s Mercy, so far 20 of the babies & # 39; s have been delivered and only two of those babies & # 39; s are girls.
According to the hospital, the last baby is expected to be born on or around December 15.
Allison Ronco, 32, was one of the first mothers to give birth on January 7 to a baby boy she named Henry.
& # 39; We always have a baby boom that continues, & # 39; Ronco said Good morning America.
& # 39; For us it's just our normal. Patients are joking not to drink the water at this place unless you want to become pregnant, & she added.
An NICU, such as the one in which the nurses work, is an intensive care unit specializing in the care of sick or premature newborn babies.
According to Children & # 39; s Mercy, so far 20 of the babies & # 39; s have been delivered and only two of those babies & # 39; s are girls
Of the 20 babies born, only one has a condition that made a mother appreciate her work even more.
Sarah Carboneau, 27, gave birth to her baby boy, Ben, on February 9.
Five days later, her pediatrician noticed a defect that turned out to be a heart defect.
& # 39; I was a mess because I have seen many things. It was an out-of-physical experience because I knew what to expect if he was transported to the NICU & # 39 ;, Carboneau told GMA.
Carboneau said her son was operated on a few days after his diagnosis.
Ben has since recovered and is a healthy little boy who achieves all his developmental milestones.
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