Giving birth to a child is the most special feeling for a woman, but sometimes it becomes a more memorable occasion when you have a companion to enjoy that moment.
Anderson Hospital is located in the quaint little town of Maryville, Illinois, and boasts a lengthy list of professional awards and accreditations, but what’s catching everyone’s attention right now is that an astounding number of their staff members are pregnant.
On Wednesday the Anderson Hospital’s Pavilion for Women staff members posted a new snap, this time featuring their bouncing bundles of joy.
OB nurses Susan, Britney, Ashley, Sara, Rebecca, Gwen, and Michele gathered once more for a picture with all of their newborn children.
The moms told KSDK 5 that when they were pregnant they bonded over cravings. Now they connect over something common to all new mothers, a lack of sleep.
The women, obstetrician nurses at Anderson Hospital’s Pavilion for Women in Maryville, were featured on the hospital’s Facebook page this week holding their newborns.
“The Pavilion for Women had their own baby boom going……..and it exploded!!!!” the hospital’s post reads. “We are loving all of our babies!”
“Welcome to the world, little ones! We LOVE YOU!!!” the hospital added.
The mothers were back in their scrubs when the babies visited them at work.
A social media post revealed two of them even share the same name.
‘The Pavilion for Women had their own baby boom going……..and it exploded!!!! We are loving all of our babies!’ the post was captioned.
‘The Elite 8 is here and 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!!!’
The baby bump stroking snap from last year revealed Susan was due in August, Britney in September, Ashley and Stavania in October, Sara, Rebecca and Gwen in November and Michele in December.
‘It’s safe to say our staff REALLY love what they do! We’ve got 8 of our own babies coming in the next 4 months! There’s something in the water at the Pavilion for Women!’ the caption read.