"That's how I ended up finding out that everyone was pregnant", Packard said.
A baby boom is brewing at a suburban Arizona hospital where 16 intensive care nurses recently discovered they are all pregnant.
"It's like we had some kind of pact going on".
Each of the expectant nurses is at a different phase of her pregnancy, but all are due between September and February.
One of the nurses, Rochelle Sherman, said that they actually didn't realise they were all expecting until they got together on social media and it became clear.
The nurses are still on duty-so their patients can't help but notice that there seems to be a trend.
Nurse Jolene Garrow described it as "one after another after another".
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Another was reported saying: "I don't think we realized just how many of us were pregnant until we started a Facebook group". "They're wondering what's in the water". The salad bar is said to have been made "pregnancy friendly" by adding an assortment of olives in pickles to the cafeteria's menu.
Officials noted that the Banner medical center chain has a pool of "floating nurses" that should ensure shifts are covered when their ICU nursing specialists begin taking their maternity leaves.
Being pregnant doesn't keep the nurses from performing most of their regular duties-but they need to be a little extra careful.
While everyone is excited, Heather Francis, Director of Nursing, said there are areas in which the nurses can not work while expecting.
Substitute nursing staff has already been scheduled to fill in the inevitable gaps.
In fact, their colleagues are even throwing them a huge group baby shower next week.