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Meet North Carolina Pregnant "Fabulous Six Pack" Nurses Working in The Same Unit by katty : July 17, 2018, 07:05:35 AM
Six nurses working at a hospital in Salem, North Carolina found out on earlier this week that they will all be expecting new babies this year.

The nurse practitioners at Comprehensive Cancer Center at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center even have a new nickname among their patients: 'The Fabulous Six Pack.'

Katie Carlton, Emily Johnson, Nikki Huth, Sabrina Hudson, Nina Day and Bethany Stringer told NBC affiliate WIIX 12 that while they planned on having kids, it came as a surprise that they're all pregnant at the same time.


Pictured L to R: Nina Day, Sabrina Hudson, Katie Carlton (2nd Right), Emily Johnson (M), Nikki Huth (3rd Left), Sabrina Hudson (2nd Left) , Nina Day (1st L) and Bethany Stringer (R)are all expecting this year


The women are currently between 18 and 37 weeks pregnant.   

According to local broadcaster WFAA, Day is due July 31, Stringer September 8, Johnson September 25, Huth October 11, Hudson November 13, and Carlton is due December 12.   

'Each time that we found out somebody else was pregnant, it was like, well who is next?' said Nina Day, an ambulatory nurse.

Two of the 'Fab Six' will be first time mothers, which means they'll have plenty of support from the others ladies.

 Johnson, one of the first time moms, told the station that she understandably has 'a lot of anxiety, like I'm going to worry about everything,'

 'To keep from making my husband go crazy, I just talk about my issues here and they make me feel a lot better,' Johnson added.

Carlton, who is an assistant managing nurse, said: 'Being pregnant at the same time with five of my coworkers has been amazing.'

'It's been wonderful leaning on one another and comparing stories and getting and sharing advice,' she added. 'Truly a remarkable experience.'

The hospital told the broadcaster that plans have already been made to make sure patient care continues to run smoothly when the soon-to-be moms are out on maternity leave.
Source: Daily Mail

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