Baby boom: 16 babies born to Grand Junction firefighters

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Baby boom: 16 babies born to Grand Junction firefighters

Firefighters show off their babies at Station 3 in Grand Junction.

Baby boom: 16 babies born to Grand Junction firefighters

Firefighters show off their babies at Station 3 in Grand Junction.

Baby boom: 16 babies born to Grand Junction firefighters

Members of the Grand Junction Fire Department pose with babies born to the department’s families or adopted in the past 18 months. The department is experiencing a baby boom and had 16 babies born during that time. In the top row from left: Jake Cherveny and baby Henlea, David Fisher and baby Everett, Kade Knight and baby Clay, J.D. Sheffield and baby Brady, Ted Weber and baby Khloe. Bottom row, from left: Mike Cox and baby Corbin, Sean Berkson and baby Hayden, Kasie Billings and baby Haven, Garrett DeHaan and baby Rilyn, Derek Sjolund and baby Skylar, Sean Hazelhurst and baby Evelyn, Erik Nordine and baby Lillianna, Reece Stanley and baby Cooper. Not pictured: Matt Scofield and baby Noah, Billy Reyez and baby Camden, Kurt Winger and baby Piper.

Baby boom: 16 babies born to Grand Junction firefighters

Grand Junction firefighter Mike Cox holds his 10-month-old son Corbin at Station 3 in Grand Junction.

Baby boom: 16 babies born to Grand Junction firefighters

Firefighter Erik Nordine shares a moment with his 6-month-old daughter Lillianna at station three in Grand Junction.