March 11, 2009

First of Octuplets Going Home Soon

Posted: 08:55 AM ET

Octuplets mother Nadya Suleman shared details of the impending homecoming of her babies with TV viewers – and admitted that her decision to have eight additional children, when she already had six, didn’t make sense.

"It wasn’t a realistic thing to do," she told Dr. Phil on a segment of his show Tuesday. "I wasn’t thinking rationally at the time."

On the show, Suleman, 33, revealed that the first two of her octuplets would be coming home in a few days, once her recently-purchased home in La Habra, Calif., is ready for her massive brood. She explained that she’s going to have the den of her four-bedroom house transformed into a nursery. For the first few months, only four cribs will be used, each one holding two infants in an effort to promote bonding between the siblings.


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S.B. Shah from Ridgewood New York,   March 11th, 2009 10:01 am ET

Dear Larry,

God has given this life something to be creative and productive in terms of using our brain especially for the benefit of entire society even for this Universe not to be burden for the society. You know we cannot cross the border everything has its own limit. Hence, I am really really amazed and sad through this incidence that this beautiful Lady just has ruined her wonderful life, it's very pathetic why she couldn't use her sense of intellectuality being as an educated American woman who has already 6 children despite this on the top of that adding 8 more, on the other other hand this is really a Hall of Shame for outcome of American Medical Science.
Now this lady has survive in a charities and donations (everything free) this is not a dignified life for a capable person like her. You know Larry, the greatest enemy on our productive life is our mental disability. So what I conclude that there must be something wrong or some kind of mental imbalance in this Lady's life. Otherwise Larry we are in Human Kingdom not in Animal Kingdom where you can lead your life recklessly I don't any differences between Human and Animal if we continue our human production like this way. Where is gone that well known proverbs of your human civilization "Cut your coat according to your Cloth?" Enough is enough. God bless America.

hugh ~ california   March 11th, 2009 4:23 pm ET

I am tired of hearing about Octomom! Focus the attention on all the children in this country living in poverty, homeless and sleeping in tent cities!

Dodie from CA   March 11th, 2009 8:52 pm ET

BOYCOTT the octuplets mom!

She is not even worthy of news!! In a world with children starving every day... it would have been much wiser to adopt 100 starving already alive children instead of bring in 14 more children! Oh yes, I mentioned wise.... well I guess this woman is definitely lacking that quality!

joe   March 12th, 2009 12:43 am ET

I understand she has the mentally of a 13 yr old..

Jaison From NYC   March 12th, 2009 1:24 am ET


Who cares!!!!

Laurie   March 12th, 2009 9:57 pm ET

The woman is a disgrace and the children should be taken away from her. Unemployed, unmarried? Who paid for the invitro to begin with? Why should the State of CA pay for her ignorance? No one should have to grow up as part of a "litter". They should be given to people who can't have children, desperately want and can afford them. This is a freek show and a train wreck in the making. It's just a matter of time before the State will have to take over. They are doomed.

Guadalupe   March 13th, 2009 1:56 am ET


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