Superstorm Sandy has led to a spike in pregnant women due this summer... in New Jersey and the across the Northeast.

During the October power outtages, many couples had nothing else to do but... well, you know.

Doctors in the Northeast are now predicting full hospital baby nurseries this summer.

One OB-GYN office in New York says there is a 30% increase in women expecting this summer compared to last. And another in New York City also said there is a significant increase.

There was also a "blackout boom" in NYC after the famous November 9, 1965 blackout.

Are you expecting in Late July?  Will you name her Sandy if it's a girl?