There’s Been A Baby Boom At Saint Elizabeth’s Hospital
Eight sets of twins and a set of triplets have been delivered at Saint Elizabeth's in just two weeks. About ten years ago, some new parents gave the nursing staff at Saint Elizabeth's some crystal angels. The nurses soon noticed that anytime the angels were moved, the number of births would go way up. Two weeks ago, the angels had their biggest move ever into the brand new building, and the nurses say the angels have struck again. Nurse's there say moving or touching the angels always seems to cause a spike in the number of new babies. After this last baby boom, the nurses can't figure out where they can safely put them. Apparently, the baby boom isn't over quite yet. Nurses say there are two more expectant mothers at Saint Elizabeth's right now, and both of them are waiting to deliver twins.