9 neo-natal nurses at Beverly Hospital give birth to 9 baby boys

9 neo-natal nurses at Beverly Hospital give birth to 9 baby boys

- Nine nurses who work at the Beverly Hospital maternity unit have all welcomed nine baby boys

- It was gathered that the neo-natal nurses took in almost at the same time and all welcomed their baby boys between March and October

- The photos of the new mothers have gone viral

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Joy galore as fate enabled nine neo-natal nurses to get pregnant at the same period and all give birth to nine baby boys.

It was gathered that all nurses work at Beverly Hospital maternity unit and they all took in the same period. Interestingly, the news of the pregnant nurses went viral with their photo but while everyone expected to celebrate the birth of their babies, no one could have guessed they would all be having boys.

The coincidence has left many in awe. All nurses welcomed their boys between March and October to which it can be said that it was raining baby boys at the hospital.

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"It felt like every couple weeks, every month, more and more people just kept coming," Lauren Buchanan said. "Then we're like alright there's one, there's two, there's three, and before we knew it there was nine."

9 neo-natal nurses at Beverly Hospital give birth to 9 baby boys

All nurses birthed their children between March and October Photo: Boston 25
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Meanwhile, 20-year-old Tory Ojeda, a polyamorous woman with four partners, has become pregnant by one of her lovers, saying they will, however, all raise the baby together.

The 20-year-old woman met her first partner Marc, when he was 18, in high school, before she entered into a relationship with Travis, the second lover, two months after, Daily Mail reports.

Not long after she met those two, she fell in love with their mutual friends, Ethan (22) and Christopher (22).

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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