From time to time I have documented some whacky orders of nuns and sometimes that included some Dominicans.
These are Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist in Ann Arbor, Michigan which in 1997 started with four sisters and currently has 47 sisters and 24 Novices.
No not one of those infinitely recursive pictures but a groups of novitiates going through formation. This community formed around the Eucharist, prayer, and study is busting at the seams and is currently constructing a new Motherhouse to help house the growing numbers. They could have avoided these problems by doing what so many modern orders do. Just start practicing a creation spirituality, adopt a radical feminist agenda, and build a labyrinth or two and in no time they not only would have to worry about a crowded community, but could start to rent out rooms.