They say when women live together for a while, their cycles line up, but six nurses who work together at the Comprehensive Cancer Center at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center in North Carolina have taken bonding to a new level. They’re all pregnant.
Katie Carlton, Emily Johnson, Nikki Huth, Sabrina Hudson, Nina Day and Bethany Stringer are all expecting babies this year, so they don’t have to go far to find sympathetic pals to talk to about being pregnant. Johnson is one of two first-time moms-to-be in the group, and told her local news station, “I have a lot of anxiety, like I’m going to worry about everything. To keep me from making my husband go crazy, I just talk about my issues here and they make me feel a lot better.”
Day, the first one to get pregnant, told the station, “Each time that we found out somebody else…
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