All seven babies were born within a few short months of each other.

By Meghan Overdeep
September 26, 2019

Back in March, the wives of seven firefighters at the Salisbury Fire Department in North Carolina went viral for their adorable maternity shoot. All of them happened to be expecting little ones between April and September of this year.

Six months later, the ladies reunited for another too-cute photo session, except this time they were joined by their husbands and their babies, all born within a few short months of each other.

Brianna Mitschele of Flashpoint Photography, the photographer behind the original photos, shared a new look at the happy, healthy crew of tiny recruits—five girls and two boys.

"Unfortunately, two of the mommas could not make it from the original seven, but we had an awesome session with all of the beautiful babies," Mitschele wrote on her blog.

The expectant mothers said they didn't plan to all have babies around the same time but joke that it could be because their husbands spend so much time together at the station.

"It could have been the husbands that planned it," Crystal Carter told MSN back in March.

"Our kids are going to get to grow up together, and that's all I wanted," she added.

Congrats, y'all!