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The seven Illinois nurses and obstetrician tech who were pregnant at the same time pose with their newborns.

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Sonja Haller, USA TODAY Published 6:00 p.m. ET Jan. 13, 2019
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The running joke was there's something in the water.

Now there's something precious in the arms of seven Illinois obstetrics nurses and an obstetrics tech who were pregnant at the same time. Scroll down and check out this page, where it was announced that all the babies have arrived:

"The Pavilion for Women had their own baby boom going........and it exploded!!!! We are loving all of our babies!"

The eight all work in labor and delivery or newborn care at Anderson Hospital's Pavilion for Women in Maryville, Illinois.

More: Meet the 6-pack: six nurse friends at one hospital are pregnant at the same time

The first photo the hospital took of the pregnant co-workers was widely shared.

Called the 'Elite 8'

The nurses, Susan, Britaney, Ashley, Sara, Rebecca, Gwen, Michele and OB tech Stavania were all due within in four months of each other. The last baby was born in December.

Show faith in your school. Prepare your children to work hard so that teachers can help them to learn well. Establish rights, rules, responsibilities and routines in your household and let every child do their bit. Give them chores, square meals, the time to talk and the sleep they need.

The moms dubbed their newborns the "Elite 8."

"The Elite 8 are here and ready to rule the world!!!!!!!!" the post continued. "Meet Anna, Reese, Logan, Holden, Daniel, Charlotte, and Charlotte.....(#3, Jewel, is not pictured."

The moms told KSDK 5 that when they were pregnant they bonded over cravings. Now they connect over something common to all new mothers – a lack of sleep.