Labor Delivery Nurses Welcome 17 Babies of Their OwnPublished: Jan. 29, 2019
Out of the 5,026 babies born at Methodist Women's Hospital in 2018, 17 share a special bond.
That's because their mothers share the same job -- working as labor and delivery nurses.
"We're all going through the same stages in life," said Teresa Minarich, a labor and delivery nurse. "I feel like a lot of us, we're the first ones we tell each other when we're pregnant -- even before our families, just because we work in this. We're around each other all the time, 12 hours a day."
Among the group of babies, there are two named Cora. Both were born in May 2018.
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