Thirty babies have been born at a Dublin hospital during the snow storm.
The Rotunda, which remained fully operational for maternity services over the duration of the storm, helped deliver the babies between Thursday and Friday.
A spokesperson joked that "as far as we are aware no babies have been named Emma, Beast or East".
"All Rotunda Hospital maternity services have been operating as normal to a high standard of quality care."
"This was only made possible through the excellent dedication and diligence of Rotunda Hospital staff across all disciplines, who have made themselves available to work despite the many challenges posed by extreme weather conditions."
"Many staff have worked over the last three nights and have not been home to their own families, which is reflective of the dedication of Rotunda Hospital staff who have acted above the norm to ensure the continued provision of safe maternity services for our patients."