OB nurses from the same hospital department where 8 were simultaneously pregnant, pose with babies

Seven of the eight Illinois women who all work in the same obstetrician department showed their enthusiasm for bringing babies into the world last year when they posed for a group photograph showing they were all pregnant at the same time.

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, Britaney, Ashley, Sara, Rebecca, Gwen and Michele gathered once more for a picture with all of their newborn children.

Seven of the eight Illnois women who all work in the same obstetrician department and were simultaneously pregnant posed for a new photo with their babies on Wednesday

Seven of the eight Illnois women who all work in the same obstetrician department and were simultaneously pregnant posed for a new photo with their babies on Wednesday

Seven of the eight Illnois women who all work in the same obstetrician department and were simultaneously pregnant posed for a new photo with their babies on Wednesday

The nurses showed off their baby bumps in a photo outside Anderson Hospital's Pavilion for Women six months ago

The nurses showed off their baby bumps in a photo outside Anderson Hospital's Pavilion for Women six months ago

The nurses showed off their baby bumps in a photo outside Anderson Hospital’s Pavilion for Women six months ago

Showing off four girls and three boys, the ladies were all pregnant within four months of each other.

An eighth department employee, Obstetrician tech Stavania, was not featured in any of the images from this week or six months ago.

But in the snaps the seven women feature eight baby-grows – with one belonging to a girl named Jewel who is number 3 in the order.

Eight women were expecting at the same time but one did not pose in any of the images. Numbers on the back signified the order of birth

Eight women were expecting at the same time but one did not pose in any of the images. Numbers on the back signified the order of birth

Eight women were expecting at the same time but one did not pose in any of the images. Numbers on the back signified the order of birth

The pink outfits for the girls were teamed with floral and bow headbands

The pink outfits for the girls were teamed with floral and bow headbands

The pink outfits for the girls were teamed with floral and bow headbands

The boys wore matching long sleeve tops with blue motifs along with denim-style pants

The boys wore matching long sleeve tops with blue motifs along with denim-style pants

The boys wore matching long sleeve tops with blue motifs along with denim-style pants

The pink outfits with numbers on the back to signified the order of birth and the gender were teamed with floral and bow headbands on the girls who were present.

By contrast the boys wore matching long sleeve tops with blue motifs along with their denim-style pants.

The cute photos of what theyXCHARXre dubbing the Elite 8, also let the tiny squadXCHARXs fans in on life behind the scenes of what it takes to get ready to be a social media star.

Anderson Hospital’s post shows the infants being changed and six baby carriers scattered around a locker room crowded with the parents’ large bags.

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The cute photos show what the hospital and nurses are dubbing the Elite 8. The two babies on the left are both named Charlotte

The cute photos show what the hospital and nurses are dubbing the Elite 8. The two babies on the left are both named Charlotte

The cute photos show what the hospital and nurses are dubbing the Elite 8. The two babies on the left are both named Charlotte

Ashley and Sara's respective boys Logan and Holden fidgets around as Gwen's girl Charlotte sleeps next to them

Ashley and Sara's respective boys Logan and Holden fidgets around as Gwen's girl Charlotte sleeps next to them

Ashley and Sara’s respective boys Logan and Holden fidgets around as Gwen’s girl Charlotte sleeps next to them

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 mothers were back in their scrubs when the babies visited them at work

The mothers were back in their scrubs when the babies visited them at work

The mothers were back in their scrubs when the babies visited them at work

Susan and Britaney's daughters Anna and Reese interact as they join their parents at work

Susan and Britaney's daughters Anna and Reese interact as they join their parents at work

Susan and Britaney’s daughters Anna and Reese interact as they join their parents at work

Changing time looked busy as the boys and girls got ready for their group shot

Changing time looked busy as the boys and girls got ready for their group shot

Changing time looked busy as the boys and girls got ready for their group shot

The mothers' infants got out of their usual clothes to coordinate for a snap to remember

The mothers' infants got out of their usual clothes to coordinate for a snap to remember

The mothers’ infants got out of their usual clothes to coordinate for a snap to remember

XCHARXThe Elite 8 are here and ready to rule the world!!!!!!!! Meet Anna, Reese, Logan, Holden, Daniel, Charlotte, and CharlotteXCHARX..(#3, Jewel, is not pictured). Welcome to the world, little ones! We LOVE YOU!!!XCHARX

The baby bump stroking snap from last year revealed Susan was due in August, Britaney in September, Ashley and Stavania in October, Sara, Rebecca and Gwen in November and Michele in December.

XCHARXItXCHARXs safe to say our staff REALLY love what they do! WeXCHARXve got 8 of our own babies coming in the next 4 months! ThereXCHARXs something in the water at the Pavilion for Women!XCHARX the caption read.

Anderson Hospital's post shows the infants being changed and six baby carriers scattered around a locker room crowded with the parents' large bags

Anderson Hospital's post shows the infants being changed and six baby carriers scattered around a locker room crowded with the parents' large bags

Anderson Hospital’s post shows the infants being changed and six baby carriers scattered around a locker room crowded with the parents’ large bags

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