Nurses Who Were Expecting At The Same Time Now Show Off Their Babies Together In A Heartwarming Photo
A story about eight pregnant nurses who got pregnant a few weeks apart from each other broke the media when photos of them surfaced on the internet.
The nurses' due dates were September 3rd, October 25th, November 5th, November 10th, November 26th and December 13th, respectively.
And when they all had given birth, the nurses did a heartwarming thing by recreating the photo they took during their pregnancy with their new babies.
Each baby wore onesies, made by one of the nurses' sisters, and they each had numbers at the back of the clothes.
The numbers represent the sequence they were born, from the first to the eight baby.
The mothers called their babies 'The Elite 8'. The name fits perfectly seeing as there are eight bundles of joy.
The Elite 8 are: 5-month-old Anna Grace, 4-month-old Reese, 3-month-old Logan Paul, 2-month-old Holden Dean, 8-week-old Daniel John, 6-week-old Charlotte Rose, and, lastly, 3-week-old Charlotte Rose.
These nurses have created a bond because they have been through the motherhood phase at the same time. Of course, it hasn't been easy.
One of the nurses mentioned during an interview with Dana Dean of KSDK:
"I think I can speak for all of us when I say we need more sleep. ha ha ha."
The sure thing is that no one can deny the excitement that seeing the "before and after" photos of the nurses bring to our hearts.
They have created beautiful memories for them and their babies. What an endearing story!
We wish the nurses and their babies more happy memories, and we praise the mothers once again for their creativity.