OB nurses from the same hospital ward where 8 were pregnant at the same time, posing with babies & # 39; s
OB nurses from the same hospital ward where eight of them were pregnant at the same time recreate their attitude with newcomers
- Seven out of eight Illnois women who all work in the same obstetric department and were pregnant at the same time, posed for a picture Wednesday
- With their babies, numbers on the back of the clothing meant the birth order
- The pink outfits for the girls were combined with flower and tie bands. Boys wore blue with their denim-style trousers
- Of the Elite 8 born from August to December, two are called Charlotte
- The nurses showed their baby bumps on a photograph outside the pavilion for ladies of the Anderson Hospital, six months ago
Leah Simpson for Dailymail.com
Seven of the eight Illinois women who all work in the same obstetrics department showed last year their enthusiasm for bringing babies into the world when they posed for a group photo that showed that they were all pregnant at the same time.
On Wednesday, the Pavilion for Women staff at Anderson Hospital published a new module – this time with their bouncing joy bundles.
OB nurses Susan, Britaney, Ashley, Sara, Rebecca, Gwen and Michele came together again for a photo with all their newborn children.
Seven out of eight Illnois women who all work in the same obstetrics department and were simultaneously pregnant, posed for a new photo with their babies on Wednesday.
The nurses showed their baby bumps on a photograph outside the pavilion for ladies of the Anderson Hospital, six months ago
With four girls and three boys showing off, the ladies were all pregnant within four months of each other.
An eighth department worker, Obstetrician tech Stavania, could not be seen in any of the images of this week or six months ago.
But in the printers the seven women are provided with eight baby-grooves – one of which belongs to a girl named Jewel, who is number 3 in the order.
Eight women expected at the same time only one posed in one of the images. Numbers on the back indicate the birth order
The pink outfits for the girls were combined with flower and tie bands
The boys wore matching long sleeves with blue motifs and denim-style trousers
The pink outfits with numbers on the back to indicate the birth order and the sex were combined with flower and tie bands to the girls who were present.
The boys, on the other hand, wore matching long sleeves with blue motifs and denim-style trousers.
The cute photos of what they dubbed the Elite 8 also leave the fans of the small squadron behind the scenes of what it takes to prepare for a social media master.
In the post office of Anderson Hospital, the babies are changed and six baby carriers are spread over a dressing room that is full of the parents' big bags.
The cute photos show what the hospital and the nurses dubbed the Elite 8. The two babies on the left are called Charlotte
Ashley and Sara & # 39; s respective boys Logan and Holden fiddle around while Gwen & # 39; s Charlotte girl sleeps next to them
The mothers were back in their scrubs when the babies were visiting them at work.
A message on social media revealed that two of them even share the same name.
& # 39; The pavilion for women had its own baby boom …….. and it exploded !!!! We love all our babies & # 39; s! & # 39; the post was a caption.
The mothers were back in their scrubs when the babies were visiting them at work
The daughters Anna and Reese of Susan and Britaney work together when they accompany their parents at work
Changing time was busy when the boys and girls prepared for their group photo
The babies of the mothers took off their usual clothes to coordinate to make it easy to remember
& # 39; The Elite 8 are here ready to rule the world !!!!!!!! Meet Anna, Reese, Logan, Holden, Daniel, Charlotte and Charlotte ….. (# 3, Jewel, is not pictured). Welcome to the world, little ones! We love you !!! & # 39;
The baby-bobbed battle of last year revealed that Susan had to appear in August, Britane in September, Ashley and Stavania in October, Sara, Rebecca and Gwen in November and Michele in December.
& # 39; It is safe to say that our employees are REALLY fond of what they do! We have 8 of our own babies that are coming in the next 4 months! There is something in the water at the Pavilion for Women! & # 39; read the caption.
In the post office of Anderson Hospital the babies are changed and six baby carriers are spread out over a dressing room that is full of the big bags of the parents