There’s a "baby boom" happening at one hospital in Missouri.

Fourteen nurses who work in the NICU and Labor & Delivery department of Saint Luke's East Hospital in Lee's Summit, Missouri, are pregnant at the same time.

Caitlin Hall, a registered nurse within the labor and delivery unit, was the second of the group to give birth in early June. 

Hall said she can sympathize more with other mothers now that she’s given birth, and suspects that she’ll be able to comfort her patients in ways she couldn’t have before.

Read the full Fox News article: 14 Maternity and NICU Nurses Pregnant at the Same Time at Missouri Hospital

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