7 Sets of Twins Born Within Days of Each Other at Ohio Hospital: 'This Is Something We Don't See Very Often'

"We’ve been feeling double the love," Cleveland Clinic's Hillcrest Hospital wrote in a Facebook post about the June baby boom

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An Ohio hospital's neonatal ICU stuff has their work cut out for them after seven sets of twins were born within just a few days of each other.

In a Facebook post shared on Tuesday, June 11, the Cleveland Clinic's Hillcrest Hospital in Mayfield Heights wrote that the hospital's NICU and postpartum units have been very busy with the large number of twin births over the past week.

"We’ve been feeling double the love caring for 7 sets of newborn twins, at the same time," the hospital wrote in the post.

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"Some parents welcomed their first babies, while others like Jason and Kara expanded their now family of seven!" the post continued, alongside photos of a couple and their newborns, as well as several more snapshots of the sets of twins. "Best wishes to all!"

Hospital nurses Karoline Ferencak and Halle Wedler told local ABC affiliate station News 5 Cleveland that while they're used to taking care of a large number of babies at once, the 14 newborns who were born in Mayfield Heights this week have had them seeing double.

"How are we gonna get them all done?" Ferencak told the outlet, describing her and her fellow nurses' reaction to more and more twins coming into the mix. "Because we had 'boom, boom, boom.' "

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"We had a great team on, and we had a good plan, and everyone kind of knew the plan, and we kind of just went for it and got them all delivered, and we racked them out," Wedler added.

Just one set of twins born in the last week has been a boy and a girl — all the other sets of siblings have been both boys or both girls. New mom Shannon Holz, from Shaker Heights, Ohio, was the only mom who welcomed both a boy and a girl, News 5 reported.

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"We didn't think we were gonna have twins," Holz told the outlet. "It's a blessing at the end of the day, and we're very happy to have these two healthy babies."

Although 14 twins is a lot for any hospital to handle, Hillcrest told local Cleveland station FOX 8 that its staff once cared for nine sets of twins at once.

“We like to say, 'Not double the work, double the fun.' Honestly the workload has been great with them," nurse Jessica Cunningham told the outlet.

“We do a NICU reunion every year, so it would be really cool for all these families to come back just to see how big they are," Cunningham added. "Because this is something we don’t see very often."

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