Baby boom at Texas hospital: 48 babies born in 41 hours [video]

Could it be the full moon?

“Since June 26, 48 babies were born in less than two days,” CBS Dallas / Fort Worth reports, at the Baylor Scott & White All Saints Medical Center in Fort Worth.

That’s roughly more than one baby born every sixty minutes.

“There’s always talk about full moon, we definitely had a big full moon this week,” OB-GYN Dr. Jamie Erwin told the local news. “Maybe there is something to that as well, maybe not. But it’s always a busy time of the year.”

The most popular name among the baby boys born was Isaiah.

48 Babies Delivered in 41 Hours

Remember last week's record-setting baby boom at Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas? Not to be outdone, Baylor Scott & White All Saints – Fort Worth experienced a baby boom of its own, delivering 48 babies in a span of 41 hours. Congrats to the families on their sweet new additions! 👶👶

Posted by Baylor Scott & White Health on Friday, June 29, 2018

According to Texas state records, most babies are born in the months of July, August and September. February is when the least number of babies are born.

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