D.C.'s blizzard baby boom Add to ... The Globe and Mail Published Monday, Sep. 13 2010, 11:28 AM EDT Last updated Wednesday, Sep. 29 2010, 11:44 AM EDT Nearly nine months after the Washington region was walloped by a blizzard, doctors are preparing for a bumper crop of babies. Watch More Video: Baby elephant rescued from well by villagers in India Alberta town of Vulcan pays tribute to Leonard Nimoy Saskatchewan hammered by freak spring snowstorm Superhero fans assemble in force at Regina Fan Expo This custom instrument maker's favourite words? Price is no object Kardashians set to watch Bruce Jenner interview together Princess Alice? British punters place bets on royal baby name Developers hope that one day you'll be printing your food at home 'Everybody Loves Raymond' child star dead at 19 Watch as a firefighter scoops a trapped duckling to safety Ever wanted to sit on Oprah's couch? It's up for auction along with the rest of her stuff How an online dating scam cost one Ontario woman $400,000 Dr. Oz defends his medical expertise on daytime talk show B.C. artist merges Star Wars icons with First Nations imagery Three things dog owners should be mindful of this spring 'There's a fragrance to it': 36 hours in Honolulu Oil's fall took a bite out of this Calgary home's sale price Thousands place bets on name of next royal baby William Shatner's solution to California's water woes Comedian Roseanne Barr says she is losing her sight Comments AA More Related to this Story Nowhere to go, nothing to do: Are more babies made during natural disasters?